all natural uniquely greek mezes spreads

If you looking for something unique and different to serve your family, but want it to also be a healthy treat, you have to try Uniquely Greek Feta Cheese Spreads, now in four great flavors, with two on the way. Uniquely Greek Feta Cheese Spreads are a one-of-a-kind fresh and tasty product that is easily spreadable and dippable. The base of the spread consists of Feta, Cream Cheese and Garlic, then combined with other ingredients for added flavor. I was impressed that this was a totally preservative-free product with a six-week shelf life. But that’s not all, as Uniquely Greek Spreads are also all natural,  hormone-free and gluten-free.

uniquely greek mezes spreads creamy buffalo

The Uniquely Greek flavor line includes Baby Spinach, Kalamata Olive, Creamy Buffalo, Red Pepper and coming soon Tomato and Herb and Fiesta Salsa. My favorite of the bunch is the Creamy Buffalo, while my sons favorite turned out to be the Baby Spinach. We aren’t much for olives so my hubby and I were surprised when my son asked if we would use the Kalamata Olive as a spread in place of mayonnaise on his sandwiches.  He absolutely loved the garlic flavored spread with his turkey and cheese sandwich.

Use it on chicken, fish, meats, sandwiches, wraps, seafood, add it to your baked potato, top off your burger or dip it. There are endless ways to use the Uniquely Greek Mezes Spreads.  Find your own unique way to spread and share some handcrafted goodness.

uniquely greek mezes spreads

Uniquely Greek is a family-owned and operated business based in the Philadelphia area. You can find Uniquely Greek Cheese Spread for purchase at fine stores including Whole Foods, Mom’s Organic Market, Kimberton, Balducci’s and more.

Have you had your feta cheese today? What flavor would you like added to Uniquely Greek Cheese Spreads?

Samples were received to facilitate this review. All opinions expressed are my own. A thank you goes out to Uniquely Greek for sharing.

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