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Garrotxa 75 days by Cadi
  • Code: CHOS130-Parent
    Code: CHOS130-Parent

    Garrotxa 75 days

    Cadi - avg 2.2 lb

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    From Spain

    Garrotxa by Cadi is a full-bodied cheese with a balanced flavor and great depth that is achieved in part due to the use of fresh milk from local goats.

    • Milk: Pasteurized goat’s milk
    • Origin: Spain
    • Age: 75 days
    • Flavor and Fragrance Profile: Hints of nuts and herbs.
    • Suggested Applications: The cheese’s hints of nuts and herbs make a great addition when shaved over salads or roasted vegetables.
    • Suggested Wine Pairings: Try pairing with a fruity merlot.
    • Shelf Life: 90 days

    Priced by the Pound (Catch Weight)

    This product is priced by the pound. The listed price is based on the average weight of this product and may differ from the final amount you are charged.

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    Cadi

    In 1915, the Cooperativa CADÍ was created by Josep Zulueta i Gomis with the help of a group of far-sighted farmers. The initial goal of producing and selling beef, but the increased meat production also generated a milk surplus, which led to the creation of industrial-scale facilities for butter and cheese making. The first cooperative in the dairy industry to be formed in Spain, CADÍ began by using craft methods for their cheese production, but new techniques have been introduced to improve quality while remaining faithful to tradition.

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    Brand:Cadi
    Code: CHOS130
    Origin: Spain
    Each Weight: 2.25 pounds
    Pack Size: 1 Each
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    Cadi

    In 1915, the Cooperativa CADÍ was created by Josep Zulueta i Gomis with the help of a group of far-sighted farmers. The initial goal of producing and selling beef, but the increased meat production also generated a milk surplus, which led to the creation of industrial-scale facilities for butter and cheese making. The first cooperative in the dairy industry to be formed in Spain, CADÍ began by using craft methods for their cheese production, but new techniques have been introduced to improve quality while remaining faithful to tradition.

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