Processed cheese is obtained by mixing shredded cheeses with different degrees of ripeness and by adding emollients and heating this mixture under suitable conditions and with constant stirring to create a uniform texture. The difference between these cheeses is in consistency, taste, size and shape. The main difference between processed cheeses and natural cheeses is the elimination of starter bacteria in natural cheeses, as well as the nutritional value, taste, color and texture of these products.
This difference is mainly due to the use of heat and the use of various raw materials in the production of this product. Processed cheeses are generally made in the form of dispersible (rubbing) and sheet (processed) processing. Processed gla cheese has a texture with high friction and a special delicious taste.
Transportation and maintenance:
Shelf life: 60 days
Fresh yuaf cheese
PH regulating salts
Other Details :
Consumption limit: Allowed for all ages. In patients, the amount of fat and salt should be considered.
Pasteurized and homogenized