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Entremont Sheep Roquefort Cheese 100GR
Entremont Sheep Roquefort Cheese 100GR
Entremont Sheep Roquefort Cheese 100GR
Entremont Sheep Roquefort Cheese 100GR
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Entremont Sheep Roquefort Cheese 100GR

Pack size : 100g

LBP 171990.00(Inc. VAT)

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Origin -
Lebanon
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Although these cheese add something more to your party platter, you can also grate the cheese and add it to your sauce or soup to make it creamier and thicker.
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DESCRIPTION

Entremont Sheep Roquefort Cheese make it perfect for parties. They are best served with pineapple dices, and to add some zing, you can sprinkle some chaat masala over the cubes. This nutritious product from the house of Entremont Sheep Roquefort Cheese is rich in milk proteins and calcium. Although these cheese add something more to your party platter, you can also grate the cheese and add it to your sauce or soup to make it creamier and thicker.

Nutrition facts

Per100PortionType
Average Nutritional Value As Per 100g
Per100Energyinkcal
100kcal
Per100EnergyinkJ
418.4kJ
Per100Protein
5g
Per100Carbohydrates
0g
Per100Sugar
0g
Per100Fat
9g
Per100Fibre
0g
Per100Sodium
410mg
Sub Type
Cheese
Form
Solid
Category
Frozen
Flavour
Cheese

*Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calaries needs

INFORMATION

Ingredients

Unpasteurized Milk Edible Salt Dairy Cultures Fungal Culture Penicillium Roqueforti.

Storage Condition

Keep frozen.

Preparation and usage

Ready to use.

Brand Message

The Entremont saga is rooted in Haute-Savoie and begins with a love story ... that of three brothers for a cheese: the Emmental. The Entremont brothers were on to something when they started their cheese business in 1948! Two years later, they were already bringing the first wheels bearing their name to Annecy from the mountain pastures.