Trugman-Nash, the maker of Old Croc Australian cheddar, is proving that sometimes consumers want their cheese to have a little “bite.” It recently introduced a new ‘Grand Reserve’ Australian vintage Cheddar, which packs a little bit of a punch.
“This is a truly special cheese, and one I take extra pride in,” said Ken Meyers, President and CEO. “I personally grade every lot of this cheese and select only the finest grade to bear the Grand Reserve name.”
According to a press release, this cheese is crafted with milk from grass-fed cows and non-GMO ingredients. It is then carefully aged for two years to give it that extra sharp flavor. Although the cheese has noticeably crunchy crystals, the texture is both creamy and crumbly.
“Our cheddars are made from an old-world recipe that maximizes texture, body, richness, and aging capabilities of the cheese to deliver a bold taste experience like no other,” Meyers added.
Old Croc ‘Grand Reserve’ is now available in a 10 oz format for retail, 24 oz format for club stores, and a 10 lb loaf for cutting and wrapping.
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