When I think of cheese varieties, the first one that always comes to mind is the classic Cheddar. It’s versatile, sharp, easy to handle, and goes great on practically everything. So, what can make it better? How about making that Cheddar with goat milk?
“Our Cheddar goat milk cheese is gaining distribution nationwide! It has a strong foothold in our Northern California backyard, plus availability in the Pacific Northwest,” Christy Khattab, Cypress Grove’s Director of Marketing, tells me. “Cheddar is unique in our portfolio, even when compared to our other aged cheeses. We know that consumer demand for Cheddar is high and that there is strength in the category. Our goal is to be the ‘go-to’ for goat cheeses, and Cheddar is the perfect addition to complement our growing portfolio.”
The new 100 percent goat milk product comes in a 6 oz, exact weight square. It’s aged at least three months and features a smooth, nutty, and savory profile, making it a truly irresistible addition to soups, salads, bakes, or cheeseboard. When displayed with Cypress Grove’s other aged cheeses, such as Gouda-style Midnight Moon and Lamb Chopper, shoppers couldn’t help but imagine a magnificent spread just within reach.
“It was incredibly important that our Cheddar behaves like other traditional cheddars,” continues Christy. “This crowd-pleasing cheese is slightly sharp, complex, and versatile with the meltable, stretchable, luxurious texture people crave. It’s divine in grilled cheese, on burgers, and in mac and cheese. Not to mention, it’s also pretty incredible as an any-time-of-day snack.”
Cube it, slice it, or shave it. Either way you showcase it, shoppers will want it. The new product will be available nationwide through a key retailer later this summer, and it’s currently available through some of Cypress Grove’s distributor partners.
I’m not kidding around when I say to get your hands on this new goat offering. Because when summer rolls around, those aisles will be packed with eager shoppers looking to grill, picnic, or snack all season long.