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Tarago Cheese

Soft surface and mould-ripened cheeses are a unique category where yeast moulds and Brevibacterium create interesting flavour and aroma characteristics. In warm, moist, humid conditions, they convert the cheese curd nutrients to create enzymes that generate a wide range of compounds, which heighten the cheese enjoyment experience. From “chalk to cheese”, Tarago Cheese is a microbial wonder.

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