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Philadelphia Cream Cheese Debuts Its First-Ever No-Hole Bagel In Partnership With St-Viateur Bagel in Montreal and Others

    Philadelphia Cream Cheese has unveiled its latest innovation: the first-ever no-hole bagel, created in collaboration with some of North America’s most beloved bagel shops and St-Viateur Bagel in Montreal. While bagels and cream cheese have long been a cherished pairing, a lingering question has persisted among cream cheese aficionados: why do bagels have holes when that space could be filled with delicious schmear? As the leading brand in the cream cheese category, Philadelphia is taking action by partnering with renowned bagel shops across North America to finally address this age-old dilemma. Enter the Philadelphia Bagel Wholes – a limited-edition offering that eliminates the traditional hole in bagels, providing more surface area for spreading everyone’s favorite cream cheese.

    In collaboration with esteemed establishments like Utopia Bagels in New York, Steingold’s in Chicago, Starship Bagel in Dallas, Rubinstein Bagels in Seattle, and St-Viateur Bagel in Montreal, Philadelphia Bagel Wholes feature each shop’s signature bagel sans hole. This groundbreaking creation offers a unique solution, allowing bagel enthusiasts to enjoy their favorite Philadelphia cream cheese without any wasted space.

    Available for a limited time, Philadelphia Bagel Wholes are freshly made and can be purchased in-store at all five participating bagel shops. For those unable to visit in person, the bagels can be ordered for nationwide shipping within the U.S. through from Utopia Bagels, and across Canada via, while supplies last. Don’t miss your chance to experience this revolutionary twist on the classic bagel and cream cheese combo!

    Tony Medeiros

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