Tillamook’s standard Cheddar slice is cut
|Forget about those processed cheese slices.
Oregon’s Tillamook County Creamery Association, formerly one of the best Cheddar producers in the country, is now the best in the world.
Tillamook’s Medium Cheddar was voted “World’s Best Medium Cheddar Cheese” at the 2010 World Championship Cheese Contest—besting 58 other Medium Cheddar contestants.
An international panel of Cheddar experts gave Tillamook a near-perfect score of 99.6 points out of 100.
And now, the World’s Best Medium Cheddar Cheese is available in mini slices—the standard four-inch slice divided into four 2″x2″ slices, 48 mini-slices to a pack.
They’re an easy solution for:
For entertaining, set out a cheese board of mini-slices, crackers, and garnishes (gherkins, pickle chips, olives, pepperoncini, Peppadew, cubed ham and turkey, sliced sausage, honey mustard and Dijon mustard) so guests can customize their snacks.
Why else is this a great cheese?
It’s all natural, made from milk that is rBST/rBGH free (no artificial growth hormones).
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