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After much patience from our Canadian fans, we are happy to announce that our first shipment of Chao Slices is ready to head North and should start to hit Canadian stores in October! If you would like to know when & where, please ask your local store or use our store locator as a guide for who to ask.

 

Chao in Canada

 

We cannot wait for you to try our line of coconut-based vegan cheeses, seasoned with fermented tofu called ‘Chao’ by the Vietnamese.  Each slice is rich & creamy with bold flavors and perfect texture. Try them in a hot or cold sandwich, melted on your favorite burger or many other favorite dishes…that is, if you don’t eat them all right out of the package first!

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Creamy Original Chao Slices are rich & creamy and compliment a variety of dishes. Tomato Cayenne Chao Slices are sharp & spicy, made with a hint of tomato and complimented by bell peppers and cayenne. Coconut Herb Chao Slices are sweet & savory, offer a satisfying coconut taste seasoned with oregano and cracked black pepper.

 

Plant Foods Council LogoThank you Canada, for being patient as we try and work through Canadian regulations this past year. We understand that you are waiting on many of our other products, and the answer is: we’re working on it! In the meantime, please enjoy Field Roast Sausages and Chao Slices. Also, we hope you support the Plant Foods Council by becoming a member as we continue to advocate for updated CFIA regulations for all vegan/vegetarian manufacturers.

 

 

See what everyone else is saying about Chao Slices:

Field Roast’s Chao Slices are a Game-Changer, ChooseVeg.com

The Best Vegan Cheese You’ll Ever Have, MiamiNewTimes.com

Vegan Cheese Blind Taste Test, So you’re dating a vegan

Vegan Cheese Is Better Than Ever…Try These 11 Brands, ChooseVeg.com

Kathy’s Big Vegan Cheese Guide, HappyHealthyLife.com

 

 

 

 

 

This entry is filed under Product Highlights and News, Field Roast in Canada and tagged field roast, canada, field roast in canada, chao slices, vegan cheese, plant foods council.

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Jennifer Barry

Please try to make them available at Whole Foods in Mississauga, Ontario!
I have already suggested this at the store on their message boards, but hopefully you will also approach them so they can carry your products.
I find their vegetarian protein section sorely lacking, and a bit pathetic.
With the addition of your wonderful products (including Chao), you will surely help to elevate the Mississauga Whole Foods Market to a world-class health food grocer!

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Jen

Please sweet jesus send them to whole foods or planet organic in Alberta

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Field Roast

Hey Jen! Please feel free to let the stores know how much you'd like to see our Chao. Hopefully they are able and willing to order from their distributor. Thanks for your support and enthusiasm!

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River

How do I pronounce this word? is it pronounced like "chow" or "cow" ?? afaf

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David Wolf

Good question! It's like "chow." :-)

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Lexie

Hey there! so i havent found a vegan mac that i like yet, hopefully mac 'n' chao is coming to canada!?!?!

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David Wolf

Hi, Lexie! We're still very much in the process of rolling out Mac 'n Chao domestically, but our intention is for it to be available for stores to order by the new year. Hope that helps!

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