Four new cheeses from Warrnambool Cheese & Butter
Warrnambool Cheese & Butter has released its new Heritage Flavours range of cheeses.
The cheeses were developed after taking into consideration the science behind contrasting flavour combinations, according to Product Manager Phillip Forbes-Pryer.
“With the new Heritage Flavours range we looked at how we could use different sweet, salty, spicy, and creamy flavours to challenge the traditional cheddar,” Forbes-Pryer said.
The range includes Vintage Cheddar, Lightly Smoked Cheddar, Red Bell Pepper Cheddar and Maple & Toffee Cheddar flavours.
“All of the cheeses have their own distinctive and exciting flavours, while still maintaining the high quality of the Warrnambool Heritage brand,” Forbes-Pryer said.
The cheeses are produced at Warrnambool Cheese & Butter, one of the largest employers in south-west Victoria, employing over 650 people.
The company has been producing dairy products for over 125 years, making them one of the oldest dairy processors in Australia today.
Warrnambool Cheese & Butter’s four new 200g Heritage Flavour cheeses are available for $6.99 at selected IGA Supermarkets.
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