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faq

1. Once I open a cheese, how long will it keep in my refrigerator?

The "best before" date printed on a product is valid only when the cheese is unopened. Once the cheese is opened, its shelf life will vary by cheese type and will be impacted by the environmental conditions and manipulation of the product.  

2. What is the difference between sheep, goat and cow milk?

Sheep Milk has a higher fat content (6.0-7.0 %) vs cow milk (3.5 %) and goat milk (3.7%). Sheep milk has a protein content of approximately 5.4% and it has a higher percentage of fat solids compared to cow and goat milk. Sheep milk and goat milk have a higher percentage of short chain fatty acids than in cow milk. These shorter chains are digested faster and easier than the longer chain fatty acids which is in cow milk.

3. Are any of your products lactose free?

Although a large portion of the lactose is removed in the cheese making process, none of our products are lactose-free.

4. Can I freeze cheese?

Yes, some cheeses can be frozen, although it may impact their texture and overall characteristics. It is best to freeze cheese in pieces of 500 g or less in an airtight freezer bag for a maximum of two months. It is important to allow the cheese to thaw slowly in the refrigerator before use.

5. Can I use cheese after its "best before" date?

No, the product retains its freshness until the "best before" date.

6. Do your products contain nuts or peanuts?

The majority of our products do not contain nuts or peanuts. Nevertheless, we recommend that consumers always check the ingredient list to know the exact content of each product.