Dairy Products


Provolone is an authentic Italian cheese that has a soft but very dense composition. Provolone is used to make delicious, warm toast and like many other cheeses it goes great with a slice of tomato. Provolone is made in Veneto and Lombardy.


Dairy Products

Dairy products and information on them, their composition and health benefits. Storage, choice and consumption of different dairy products. Types of dairy products.
Dairy Products - Goat MilkDairy Products

Goat Milk


Unlike cow's milk, goat milk does not need to be homogenized. In cow's milk, the drops of fat are released on the surface, while in goat's they dissolve. For anyone with a sensitivity toward cow's milk, goat milk is one excellent alternative.

Dairy Products - StiltonDairy Products



Stilton is a cheese of English origin. Stilton is the most famous British blue cheese, plus it is the only one in England that has its own certified trademark.

Dairy Products - Mont d'OrDairy Products

Mont d'Or


Mont d'Or is a popular French cheese, only produced in the French-Swiss border region. You'll recognize Mont d'Or by its moist, golden or reddish rind. The inside of the cheese is soft, almost runny, ivory colored.

Dairy Products - Cream CheeseDairy Products

Cream Cheese


Cream cheese is a creamy type of cow's cheese. It has a soft texture, ideal for spreading on slices of bread or for use in different dishes. Cream cheese is normally made according to a specialized process using cow milk and cream.

Dairy Products - HalloumiDairy Products



Halloumi or hallumi is a traditional cheese made from goat's or sheep's milk, with cow's milk added on occasion. Halloumi has a layered texture and is similar to mozzarella.

Dairy Products - NeufchâtelDairy Products



Neufchâtel is a French cheese made from cow's milk. Neufchâtel is produced in the region of Upper Normandy, where it is considered one of the earliest local cheeses ever made.

Dairy Products - MilkDairy Products



Milk is a biological nutritious liquid produced in the mammary glands of mammals. Milk has been used as a food source, medicine and even as a beauty treatment by humans for ages.

Dairy Products - YoghurtDairy Products



Yoghurt is a lactic acid product, the result of lactic acid fermentation in milk. There are 2 main microorganisms that take part in the process of fermentation of yoghurt - Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus.

Dairy Products - WheyDairy Products



Whey is a natural milk serum, the by-product of the production of various dairy products. It is also known as milk permeate. Whey is obtained after casein (one of the proteins found in milk) curdles.