Ile de France Brie Cheese
Ile de France's brie cheese was the first ever to be imported to America. Made with crème du jour from freshly collected milk gives it an exceptionally rich, creamy flavor. Its creamy goodness is smooth on the tongue with hints of mushrooms and hazelnuts. It is ideal for wholesome snacking.
Ile de France Brie was the first to arrive in the United States back in 1936, on the first cruise ship equipped with refrigeration. The renowned Ile de France is made from cows not treated with rBST (no significant difference has been shown between milk derived from rBST-treated and non-rBST-treated cows. The taste and flavor accent the natural region of northern France between the Seine and Marne valleys. It is buttery with a subtle hazelnut taste, and a natural white rind. Serve with baguette, crackers, or any crusty breads.
|Brand Name||Ile de France|
|Ingredients||Pasteurized milk and cream, salt, cheese cultures, enzymes, pencillium candidum and geotrichum (harmless white mold).|
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