Dairy
Ashgrove Bush Pepper Cheddar Portion 140g

Product Profile:

Name Ashgrove Bush Pepper Cheddar Portion
Producer Ashgrove Cheese
Origin Elizabeth Town, Tasmania
Milk Stock Pasteurised cows' milk
Rennet Type  Non-Animal rennet 
Average Fat Content  32% approx. 
Format Pre-Packaged portion - cut from block
Size 140g (fixed weight)
Minimum Order 1 portion 
Qty Per Box 8 portions 

Description:

The north west of Tasmania is home to some of the world’s freshest air, cleanest water and most fertile soil.  This cool temperate climate of Tasmanian is ideal for slow growing pastures which are naturally packed with nutrition.

Ashgrove Cheese only use the freshest and creamiest milk possible.  Their milk is supplied by cows that graze on a natural pasture diet, resulting in milk that is pure in flavour. The majority of their milk comes from the Ashgrove Farms where it is delivered straight from the dairy to the factory.  These cows are a special breed of Holstein, Jersey and Friesian, which produce a creamier, naturally sweeter milk.

Ashgrove Bush Pepper Cheddar is infused with Tasmanian native pepper harvested wild from Tasmanian native forests, which creates a spicy rather than peppery flavour. Its texture is firm and will crumble with age. The colour of the peppercorns also varies throughout. A Lancashire base ensures superior melting characteristics. Perfect when crumbled into soups, melted over dishes or grilled on top of steak.


NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION

Avg. servings per pack: 7               serving size: 20g     
  Avg. per serve per 100g
Energy  323kJ 1614kJ
Protein  4.8g 24.2g
Fat, Total  6.5g 32.5g
  - Saturated  4.1g 20.6g
Carbohydrates <0.1g 0.1g
  - Sugars  <0.1g <0.1g
Sodium  116mg 580mg
Gluten  nil  nil 
Ingredients: Milk, Salt, Tasmanian Native Pepper (0.4%), Non-Animal Rennet, Culture.
Whilst all care has been taken to ensure this information is correct, please refer to the product label for further information.  


Information for this profile sourced from AOAP Staff & http://www.ashgrovecheese.com.au/  

 

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