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Spreadable cheese maker Alouette Cheese, New Holland, Pa., adds four new flavors to its product line: smoky jalapeño, flame-roasted red peppers, buffalo Cheddar and wasabi Cheddar.
Arla Foods USA, a division of the European giant Arla, is marketing the cheese as Castello Burger Blue. The company says the slices “are cut to be the perfect match for a standard burger.” Høgelund Dairy in Denmark is producing the cheese.
Cheese purists might blanch at the thought of cotton candy-flavored cheese, but children love it, says the Center for Dairy Research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Convenience is the key. Shred it, grate it, crumble it. Consumers like their cheese ready-to-go, whether it’s natural or processed, though natural is still winning the game.
Flavored and specialty cheeses help drive cheese sales as consumers are eating more cheese than ever. Cheese processors tap into convenient-snacking and portion-control trends.
Chicago-based Dutch Farms added the Deli Reserve line to its brand.
Swiss Valley Farms is a farmer-owned cooperative that has been producing quality dairy products, including Blue cheese, Swiss cheese, cream cheese and whey powders.
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On Demand Professor John A. Lucey of the University of Wisconsin, Madison will cover defects in cheese, improving yield with processing techniques to get the most from the ingredients you've paid for, the regulatory scene, and the future.Read More
The Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research invites all cheese manufacturers to attend this year’s Master Artisan Cheese course, Cheeses of the Alpine Region, to be held September 23-25, 2014, at Babcock Hall, Madison, Wisconsin.Read More
Farmstead and artisan dairy processors and others interested in cheese that take this course will gain knowledge of the materials and processes used to make specialty cheese and learn techniques to improve their business.Read More
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