Processed cheese

Definition processed cheese

Preserved cheese by melt salts

Melting cheese is a proven process to refine and make it more durable.

In doing so, various cheeses are melted using heat, and emulsified using melt salts. Cheese is first crushed and then gently heated. The addition of molten salts ensures that the fine structure of the cheese ingredients remains unchanged.

After the liquefaction of the cheese, the cheese mass is filled into molds and cooled until it solidifies again. All valuable properties of the cheese are preserved. By melting even more are added.

This is how processed cheese fulfills the most varied requirements in terms of taste, shape and consistency. This offers plenty of room for continuous product development

 

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