Shipping and FAQs

Shipping:

As the products we sell are perishable, all orders are shipped with 2-day shipping to ensure the cheese gets to you as soon as possible. Orders are shipped between Monday and Wednesday to ensure packages are not en route over the weekend. Orders placed after Wednesday will be shipped the following week.

If your order arrives in poor condition due to shipping delays please document with photos and let us know immediately via the Let's Connect page. 

Upon delivery, please put the cheese directly in the refrigerator. Customers are provided with a tracking link when orders are shipped and it is the recipient's responsibility to plan for package arrival to guarantee product quality. We are not responsible for the unavailability or refusal of a person to accept delivery of the shipment.

All orders are shipped with reusable gel packs, insulation, and recyclable boxes. 

FAQs:

What are plant-based cheeses made of?

The most popular plant-based cheeses are made from nuts, such as almonds or cashews, coconut oil, tapioca, soy, tofu, nutritional yeast, or oats. 

Is plant-based cheese gluten free?

For the most part, yes! It will depend on the type of cheese and any specialty ingredients added in the process or cross-contamination. Be sure to check the ingredients.  

How should I eat plant-based cheese?

Any way you want! Artisanal cheeses made today are high quality and tasty. Serve them proudly on a cheese board with crackers and crostini, melt into pasta, crumble over a salad, or slice into a sandwich. Although dairy-free cheeses melt differently than traditional cheese, any way you would use traditional dairy cheese you can enjoy dairy-free cheeses just the same. 

How long do plant-based cheeses keep?

The shelf life of vegan cheese varies so it's important to check the packaging. Storage can significantly impact the shelf life of the cheese. Keeping the cheese cold in the refrigerator will slow down fermentation whereas sitting at room temperature for long periods of time will speed up fermentation. When not consuming, keep in the fridge.