Kashkaval Cheese

Kashkaval is yellow, semi-hard cheese made from cow, sheep or goat‘s milk that can be spicy or bland and is typically aged for six months.
Whether it is produced from
cow, sheep or goat’s milk, the Bulgarian Kashkaval Cheese is suitable to prepare for toasts, sandwiches, pizzas, grated or bread-crumbs products.

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  • Kashkaval is yellow, semi-hard cheese made from cow, sheep or goat’s milk that can be spicy or bland and is typically aged for six months.
  • Whether it is produced from cow, sheep or goat’s milk, the Bulgarian Kashkaval Cheese is suitable to prepare for toasts, sandwiches, pizzas, grated or bread-crumbs products.
  • Kashkaval Cheese is a great source of Vitamin B, calcium and protein

Origin : Bulgaria

Ingredients : Cow milk, Sheep milk, goat milk and rennet

Packaging : Plastic packs and tins