Expand Your Menu with Trusted PHILLY

Across your menu and infused into all day parts, Philly Cream Cheese Products consistently provide inspiration and innovative new recipe ideas. It’s no wonder Philly is the cream cheese of choice1. Flexible formats and consistent performance help you create extraordinary appetizers, entrées and more.

Spark Your Creativity

Why stop at cheesecake? Cream cheese is a growing flavour in appetizers with a +26% increase2 and can be used in all kinds of dishes, including breakfast wraps, sandwich melts, mac and cheese and mini desserts. Trust Philly to add excitement and variety across your menu.

Product Information

Philadelphia Cream Cheese gives your customers the flavour, texture, smoothness and firmness that they love. Add its creamy profile across your menu – from delicious spreads to luscious desserts.

Convenient & Flexible
Choose the Philly format that’s best for your business.

Pail

Pail: 1.5kg or 3kg
Offers ease and convenience while reducing waste.

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Single Serve

Single serve: 200 x 18g
The table top and on-the-go solution.

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Bulk

Bulk: 9kg, 15kg, 20kg
A great size for an operation with high usage.

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Kosher

All Philly products pictured here, with the exception of Single Serve, are Kosher.

PHILLY HAS 98% BRAND AWARENESS AMONG CONSUMBERS3 PHILLY IS THE LEADER IN CREAM CHEESE PRODUCTS IN RETAIL & FOODSERVICE4

Recipes

Philly is your partner across all day parts. Choose from over 250 innovative recipes to bolster your menu!

1 Direct Link 52 w/e June 2017
2 Technomic, The Canadian Flavor Lifecycle, Q4 2015
3 Ipsos ASI 2013
4 Direct Link 52 w/e June 2013 and Nielsen Market Track 52w/e 27 April 2013
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 125 YEARS & A FRESH OUTLOOK. Our cream cheese has a remarkable history we’re proud of. It’s one of the reasons we’re the leader in Cream Cheese Products in Retail and Foodservice4. First produced in 1872, it was soon named after the city of Philadelphia, which was considered to be synonymous with high quality food. In 1928 the parent company merged with the Kraft Cheese Company, and a new, more consistent manufacturing process was established.