Brazilian cheese bread was always a staple on Claudia Paganin Newlands’s dinner table, but when she decided to adopt a vegan lifestyle, the cheese bread she and her family loved would no longer do. Then, in 2020, as the world shut down due to Covid 19, Claudia had more time on her hands which she chose to spend in the kitchen. After months of experimentation, mixing and weighing ingredients, she finally recreated a plant-based version of the food her family loved so dearly, and branded it, RioGood Ch-easy Bread.

RioGood is a company that’s all about making a vegan lifestyle easier with delicious foods. Their Ch-easy Bread is a scrumptious, plant-based cheese bread adapted from the traditional Brazilian recipe that’s sustainable, easy to make, gluten-free and contains absolutely no animal products. Claudia assures her customers that Ch-easy Bread still has that crispy golden outside and fluffy cheesy goodness on the inside, just like the original. You can pick up a bag of RioGood Ch-easy Bread mix in the aisles of your local Market of Choice.

Published On: March 7th, 2024

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