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Patrick Considine Talks Montchevre's Past Year and 2018


LOS ANGELES, CA
Friday, February 2nd, 2018

The 2018 Winter Fancy Food Show is quickly becoming a distant memory. But with exciting plans on the horizon, there’s lots to remember about Montchevre and its upcoming year. I caught up with Patrick Considine, Sales Representative for Montchevre Goat Cheese, to get the latest on the company’s ventures.

Patrick Considine, Sales Representative, Montchevre“In 2017, we were able to add twenty additional farms to our non-GMO project,” Patrick tells me. “Hopefully in 2018, we will be able to add even more to that, and eventually be able to offer all of our goat cheeses with non-GMO milk, like our mini-Cabrie, Bucheron, Feta, Blue Cheese, and our cheddar as well.”

With over 360 independent family farms to its name, Montchevre’s fresh milk supply is a driving force that differentiates the company from competitors. And its leap into non-GMO this past year is just another way the company has made an effort to put its best practices forward.

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But, that’s not the only plans the company has set for 2018; Montchevre is also expanding some of its favorite lines with new flavors and packaging sizes.

“In addition to our non-GMO line, we are expanding our 4-ounce log line as well. We are now offering an 8-ounce line, and in the next couple of weeks we’ll be shipping out our 4- ounce crumble. We’ll now be offering 4-ounce organic honey, as well as our plain and garlic and herb,” Patrick shares.

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With lots in the works, 2018 is sure to be Montchevre’s year.

For more on what’s to come in the deli, dairy, and bakery aisles, keep checking back with Deli Market News.

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