Get it Magazine April 2019

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Dairy-Free Down Under was born from owners Kevin and Jenny Flanagan’s desire for their family of five to all sit around the table and enjoy the same meal, despite one of their daughter’s intolerance to dairy. The company is a 100 per cent family-owned Australian business, headquartered at Carrara, Queensland, employing 30 Gold Coast locals. It’s the only Australian owned large-scale manufacturer of dairyfree cheeses and dips that has been successfully commercialised for the retail market. The Dairy-Free Down Under philosophy is about inclusivity and a belief that everyone deserves a seat at the table – it doesn’t matter if you’re dairy-free, vegan, flexitarian or “lessatarian”. Their growing product range includes mozzarella and cheddar-style shreds, cheddar-style blocks, mozzarella slices, cheddar slices, cashew cream cheese, cashew parmesan, aioli, mayo, sour cream and cheese and cracker snack packs. Dairy-Free Down Under’s products offer almond, cashew, soy and coconut options to cater for various allergies – all products are also GMO-free. Products are available at IGA, Drakes, Foodstore, Flannerys, GoVita, other independents and Costco. Healthy Mexican food chain Zambrero uses Dairy-Free Down Under’s Vegan Sour Cream nationwide across its 180 stores.

Credits: Chef: Dairy-Free Down Under Co-Founder Jenny Flanagan. Photos: Lee Calleja-Thomas Website: April 2019


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