When one thinks sticks of cheese to snack on, artisan selections aren’t necessarily top of mind. Carr Valley Cheese Company is looking to change that notion with its latest innovation, putting high-quality cheeses easily into hands that are on the go.
Drawing on a line of some of its most successful cheese varieties, Carr Valley has launched a new convenient line of portable cheeses called Stix. Offering consumers a wide mix of sheep and semi-firm goat milk cheeses, the tasteful and high-protein selections are as follows:
Each Stix fits easily in the palm of your hand, or can be easily stowed in bags, purses, and backpacks as consumers look for a healthy and tasty convenient treat. Each Stix follows the color code instilled by the company, easily letting consumers know whether they are about to treated to goat, sheep, or mixed-milk.
As we previously reported, Stix also serves to provide consumers with artisan cheese without spending their entire food budget. Each cheese is also carb free, and all natural.
The flavors of each Stix product is not to be challenged, as Carr Valley’s award-winning cheeses transcend their conventional vehicles to become portable, packaged cheese bites suitable for any longtime cheese-lover or newfound fan. Take for instance, the company’s baked bread cheese. Eaten normally or heated up, these Stix pack a wallop of taste.
But the innovations don’t stop there. Carr Valley is looking to change the way consumers think about butter as well, with a new trio of high-quality selections that shake up the mold of conventional butter from cow milk. Whether replacing cow’s butter in a recipe, or enlivening any cracker or bread, these butters are elevating dishes in a whole new way.
What’s next for Carr Valley Cheese Company? As the company keeps focused on innovating the cheese and dairy sector, Deli Market News will have the latest.