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The Cheese Guide, spring 2020

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Rogue River Blue Cheese Roth Buttermilk Blue Smokey Blue Tolman Blue Rogue Creamery 866.397.4704 www.roguecreamery.com Emmi Roth 608.285.9800 www.rothcheese.com Rogue Creamery 866.397.4704 www.roguecreamery.com Rogue Creamery 866.397.4704 www.roguecreamery.com Multiple awards, including a sofi award in the Specialty Food Association's 2018 competition, World's best named at 2019 World Cheese Awards 2nd place in 2017 U.S. Championship Cheese Contest, bronze in 2016 World Cheese Awards, best in class at 2014 World Championship Cheese Contest Multiple Awards including a 3rd place at the 2018 American Cheese Society Com- petition & Judging and an outstanding new product award in 2005 from NASFT, which is now the Specialty Food Association. Silver award for a new cheese at the 2018 World Cheese Awards — — — — This distinctive cheese has Oregon's regional flavors of brandy, truffles, butter and hazelnuts, a creamy texture and green-blue veins. It's made from organic pasteurized milk from the Rogue Creamery's mixed-breed dairy herd and aged a minimum of nine to 12 months. Roth Buttermilk Blue is crafted with raw milk from Jersey and Holstein cows and cellar-aged for two months or longer. Tangy, yet mellow and creamy, this blue was recently ranked Top Crum- bled Blue Cheese by Cook's Illustrated. Smokey Blue, the world's first smoked blue cheese, is made by cold-smoking Oregon Blue over a bed of hazelnuts for a cheese with a flavor profile that includes hints of nuts, caramel, mushroom and cured bacon. It's made with vegetarian enzymes and aged a minimum of three months. Tolman Blue has subtle, rich, buttery and savory flavors with a natural rind and an interesting texture. It's made from pasteurized organic cow milk and aged a minimum of three months. The Cheese Guide 23 PRODUCT NAME DESCRIPTION COMPANY AWARDS RETAIL PRICE CHEESE LISTINGS BLUE CHEESES Lewis Road Creamery uses the traditional "Fritz churn" method to produce both its salted and unsalted varieties, with each golden yellow batch wrapped in premium gold foil to ensure freshness. Milk comes from grass-fed, free-range cows. Cow milk butter cold smoked in-house over maple wood chips. Artisan Butter Smoked Butter Lewis Road Creamery www.lewisroadcreamery.co.nz Minerva Dairy 330.868.4196 www.minervadairy.com — 1st place at 2017 American Cheese Society Judging & Competition, 2nd place at 2018 ACS — — BUT TERS Formaggio's distinctive innovation - Artisan Wraps - is a grab- n-go, snackable twist on the company's classic meat and cheese rolls, but with the meat hand-wrapped around a stick of award-winning fresh mozzarella. Meats include: Prosciutto, Applewood Smoked Prosciutto, Chorizo, Genoa Salami, Hard Salami, Jamon Serrrano, Pepperoni and Soppressata. Three sizes. Formaggio Brand's original innovation – Charcuterie Rolls – are now sliced thinner. This 7-ounce Panino or Rotolo features high pressure-processed deli meats sourced from high quality vendors rolled with Formaggio's award-winning fresh mozzarella. Meats include: prosciutto, applewood smoked prosciutto, chorizo, Genoa salami, pepperoni and soppressata. Imported from Holland, Gouda Cheese Snacks are a mild and creamy Gouda cheese made from cow milk and packed in 20g/0.75-ounce individually wrapped portions. With increasingly on-the-go lifestyles, consumers are turning to snacks to satisfy their hunger cravings between meals. In re- sponse, Dairyfood USA has stepped up to the plate, introducing two new snack-pack varieties, including Smoked Gouda and Aged Cheddar cheese spreads paired with crisp pretzel chips. Artisan Wraps Charcuterie Rolls Gouda Cheese Snacks Savory Grab 'n Go Snack from Glacier Ridge Farms Formaggio Brand 845.436.4200 www.formaggiocheese.com Formaggio Brand 845.436.4200 www.formaggiocheese.com FrieslandCampina 551.497.7300 www.frieslandcampina.com www.frico.com Dairyfood USA Inc. 608.437.5598 www.dairyfoodusa.com — — — — $5.99 for 5- or 6-ounce packages, $15 for 18-ounce packages, $19.99 for 22-ounce packages $5.99-6.99 — $2.49-$2.99 CHEESES FOR SNACKING (continued)

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