Trugman-Nash is one of the many cheese mavens who took to the World Championship Cheese Contest to show off its impressive portfolio, demonstrating why it is one of the best things since sliced cheese. The newest addition to the company’s lineup of cheddars, Old Croc’s Aged Cheddar Slices, earned the prestigious Best of Class award in the overall Natural Sliced Cheese category.
“To be recognized in such a big way by an impressive panel of judges at the World Championship Cheese Contest is a testament to all the hard work and dedication that went into developing this exciting new product,” commented Ken Meyers, President of Trugman-Nash.
Earning a top score of 99.675 out of 130 entries, Old Croc’s Aged Cheddar Slices are aged for 12 months or more to deliver a delightfully creamy and nutty taste with superb melting properties, according to a press release. Perfect for burgers, paninis, and grilled sandwiches, Old Croc’s Aged Cheddar is made with the milk of grass-fed cows with non-GMO ingredients and no added hormones.
As noted in the release, the World Championship Cheese Contest is regarded as one of the most prestigious cheese competitions in the world, with 2,978 cheeses featured in this year’s international competition.
Congratulations to Old Croc on this exciting category success! For more updates from within the cheese sector, keep clicking on Deli Market News.