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Robber from Rold managing Grube ost (Cave cheese) factory


, : Robber from Rold managing Grube ost (Cave cheese) factory. Maelkeritidende 108(7): 176-177

This hard, ripened 50%-fat cheese with full-bodied aromatic flavour, first produced at Drosbro, Denmark, in 1985, is made at Vellev Dairy (MD Foods). Strict controls of raw milk and cheese ensure consistent high quality. Recent improvements at Vellev include new storage and brining facilities and a microfiltration plant. Production capacity has increased to 3000 t/year. After 2 weeks in a warm store the cheeses are stored for 8 weeks in limestone caves at a constant 8.5 degrees C and RH 97%.

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