Savencia Cheese USA is the champion! They scored a record-breaking win, beating out 2,500 entries at the U.S. Championship Cheese Contest in Madison, Wisconsin, on March 5-7, 2019. Savencia Cheese USA was awarded four medals.
Open Class Soft-Ripened Category: Gold—Dorothy’s Comeback Cow
Made in Lena, Illinois, Dorothy's Comeback Cow is a soft cheese shaped of “freshly sprung flowers," as stated in the press release. This cheese is made from cow's milk with rustic, fragrant notes and is tinged orange with age. Comeback Cow retails for $8.99 and can be found in stores nationwide. It was awarded Best New Product from SOFI Awards and third place of its category at ACS Competition in Pittsburgh last year.
Flavored Spreadable Natural Cheese Category: Silver—Alouette Parmesan & Basil Spreadable Cheese
According to the press release, Alouette Parmesan & Basil has a “complex, well-balanced flavor that is delicious spread on a cracker, on top of pasta, or on a sandwich.” Crafted in 1974, this soft spreadable cheese has been a favorite among Savencia Cheese USA consumers.
Pasteurized Process Cheese Spread Category: Silver—Alouette Creme de Brie
Made from the heart of fresh Brie, this cheese is a very smooth and creamy spread. Consumers can easily dip fruit and veggies, as well as, spread Crème de Brie on a sliced piece of bread or on a cracker.
Pasteurized Process Cheese Spread Category: Bronze—Alouette Creme de Brie - Black Truffle
Also made from the heart of fresh Brie, it has the same texture as the previous cheese, however it is blended with Urbani black truffles.
Family-owned, Savencia conducts primarily in the cheese and dairy industry as well as fine delicatessen and chocolate. As one of the largest leading companies in producing specialty cheeses, Savencia Cheese USA focuses on crafting high-end specialties in the United States under its Dorothy's brand, as well as Smithfield cream cheese or Alouette spreadable cheeses. It also imports high-end cheeses under its Haute Fromagerie initiative, with cheeses such as Esquirrou, St Andre, St Agur, Etorki, Le Montagnard, Maroilles Fauquet, or Le Severac as well.
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