Meyenberg Brings Cheddar and Jack to the Specialty Cheese Aisle

Turlock, CA— Meyenberg Goat Milk Products has entered the gourmet cheese market with specialty Cheddar and Jack cheeses that will change the way America thinks of goat cheese. Four Goat Milk Jack Cheese varieties, an Aged Goat Milk Cheddar, and a Special Reserve Cheddar will soon be distinctive additions to specialty cheese cases nationwide.

“There are several soft goat cheeses on the market,” says Ken Strunk, COO of Meyenberg. “But you rarely see goat milk cheddar or jack cheeses. These are six extraordinary cheeses from a company with 70 years of experience in providing the finest goat milk products.”

The Aged Goat Milk Cheddar is reminiscent of an Asiago cheese full of robust flavor, and with firm, drier texture than traditional cheddar cheese. The Special Reserve Cheddar possesses a delectable sharp flavor as a result of its minimum one-year age. The Goat Milk Jack Cheeses come in four varieties—Plain, Smoked, Jalapeño, and Garlic & Chive and have an unusually light, creamy texture. Each of the cheeses is richly packaged to fit well in the deli or specialty cheese case, with the Special Reserve encased in a stunning black wrap with a gold foil label.

Meyenberg’s Aged Goat Milk Cheddar and Special Reserve Cheddar are available in five-pound blocks, or a five-pound case of 10 bars, which weigh approximately eight-ounces each. The Goat Milk Jack Cheeses are available in four-pound uncut wheels or a four-pound case of eight wedges, which weigh approximately eight ounces each.

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Meyenberg is America’s number one distributor of goat milk, whose products are distributed around the globe. Their product line includes Ultra-Pasteurized Fresh Whole and 1% Low Fat Milk, Evaporated and Powdered Goat Milk, and a new award winning* European Style Goat Milk Butter. For more information visit:, or write to Meyenberg Goat Milk Products, P.O. Box 934, Turlock, CA 95381-0934.

* The American Cheese Society’s 2005 First Place Winner

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