Kite Hill Teams Up With Peloton Instructor Emma Lovewell to Help Fans Open a “Gateway to Good” Through Plant-Based Living

February 11, 2022 Kite Hill

Every year, people start off the year with big plans, often with wanting to eat healthier. Eating more plant-based foods may be at the top of their lists of goals because they know it’s better for them and for the planet. However, the seemingly endless trends and dizzying research can often lead to more questions than answers. As 2022 kicks off, Kite Hill – makers of game-changing plant-based foods – is teaming up with Peloton Instructor Emma Lovewell to help people achieve their goals through the new “Gateway to Good” campaign.

Kite Hill Launches a New Cultured Vegan Butter at Whole Foods and Target

This week, artisanal plant-based food company, Kite Hill, announced that they’re launching their own vegan butter alternative.

Kite Hill Launches Two New Innovative Plant-Based Platforms

March 5, 2020 Kite Hill

The newest products from the Company includes: Kite Hill Blissful®, a thick, creamy and indulgent line of tasty coconut milk-based yogurts and Kite Hill Sour Cream Alternative, a rich and smooth plant-based sour cream made with a unique blend of creamy coconut and almond milk.

Kite Hill Partners with TV Personality, Catherine Lowe

January 22, 2020 Kite Hill

Kite Hill will show Americans a simple and delicious wellness swap—going dairy-free. And to encourage consumers to start out the New Year right and join in the plant-based movement, Kite Hill partnered with TV Personality, Catherine Lowe to launch the #DairyFreeBeauty Challenge.

Kite Hill, Co-Founded by the Creator of Impossible Foods, Looks to be Gaining Traction, Too

September 10, 2019 Connie Loizos, Tech Crunch

Before he founded the plant-based burger company Impossible Foods, Patrick Brown, who spent 25 years as a biochemistry professor at Stanford, also co-founded a Hayward, Ca.-based food company called Kite Hill that has developed numerous nut milk and cheese products that it says are healthier and more sustainable than their dairy counterparts.