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Emmi Roth Gives Away a Year of Free Cheese to Lucky Cheese Lovers



MONROE, WI
Tuesday, January 16th, 2018

To celebrate National Cheese Lover’s Day on January 20th, Emmi Roth is giving away a year of free cheese from each of its brands—Emmi USA and Roth® Cheese. On January 22nd, one winner will receive a year’s worth of Roth® cheeses, and one winner will receive a year’s worth of Emmi USA cheeses. Each winner will receive one shipment of cheese (approximately five to six pounds) every three months for one year, totaling 23 pounds of cheese—the average amount of cheese consumed by Americans each year.

Beginning today, Monday, January 15th, through Sunday, January 21st, cheese fans can visit rothcheese.com and emmiusa.com to enter. Winners will be chosen Monday, January 22 and announced on each brand’s Facebook and Instagram accounts.

About Emmi Roth

Emmi Roth, a subsidiary of Switzerland-based Emmi Group, is a leading producer of specialty cheeses. Our expansive portfolio displays a unique marriage of cheeses from two different worlds with very similar traditions and local values—from handcrafted award-winning Roth® cheeses from Wisconsin to Emmi’s full range of traditional varieties imported from Switzerland. Wisconsin brands include Roth® and Kindred Creamery. Artisan cheeses imported from Switzerland feature Emmi, Kaltbach™, Der scharfe Maxx, and more. Learn more at emmiroth.com.




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