Stracchino

A fresh cheese made with uncooked cow’s milk originally from the Po Valley. It is commonly named “crescenza”, from the Latin word “crescentia” – which means grow – because if kept in a warm place it tends to increase in size just like rising bread.

TYPICAL NUTRITIONAL VALUES (in 100 g of product)
Energetic value (Kcal)1087 kJ / 262 Kcal
Fat(g)21,5 g
Of which Saturates (g)13,8 g
Carbohydrate (g)2,5 g
Of which Sugars (g)2,5 g
Protein (g)14,6 g
Salt (g)0,8 g
FEATURES

Production zone
Mainly Lombardy, but also Piedmont, Veneto and Emilia.

Production period
All year

Ingredients
Pasteurized cow’s milk, salt, rennet.

Flavor
Delicate, sweet, with a charateristic smell of milk.

Rind
Absent.

Consistency
Homogeneous, compact, white in colour, melts in the mouth.

SIZES

1/4 FORMA

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