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Our Vermont Cheese Special of the Week
Plymouth Artisan Cheese - 8oz Hand Waxed Bars
The Plymouth Cheese Factory is the second oldest cheese factory in the United States - producing high quality and distinctive artisan cheeses for over 125 years. The factory still occupies the same site and building as it did when it was built in 1890 in Plymouth, Vermont by Col. John Coolidge, father of Calvin Coolidge, the 30th President of the United States. John Coolidge, a dairy farmer, created Plymouth Cheese as a means of turning extra milk into a product with a longer shelf life, using the same exacting granular curd recipe that the first European settlers brought with them to the New World.
Jesse Werner, has revived that recipe, and the original way they used to dip the cheese in wax. Plymouth Cheese is the closest thing consumers can find to the cheeses America's first farmers produced in the 1600's. Plymouth Artisan Cheese may be the only cheesemaker that still produces this distinctive and original American heritage cheese.
Plymouth creates raw whole cow's milk cheeses by hand in small batches. All of their milk comes from a dedicated herd close by in Tinmouth, Vermont. They continually monitor the herd for quality and test the milk to ensure the best dairy practices are being kept and the milk is free of hormones, additives and antibiotics. Their array of flavors offer a fun way to spice up any cheese plate. Ranging from Sharp Cheddar to Garlic & Herb to Hot Pepper, this awesome line of cheeses is sure to impress!
Reg Price: $9.49 /ea
Sale Price: $8.49 /ea

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