Fleur Verte Goat Cheese produced by Chevrefeuille since 1982, is a fresh goat cheese covered in herbs and made with pasteurized milk. The cheese, weighing approximately 5 pounds each, have a distinctive scalloped edge displaying a beautiful flower shape
Since 1982, Chevrefeuille has been specializing in goat’s milk cheeses produced in the heart of the Périgord region of France. The word chevrefeuille translates to “honeysuckle” and is a perfect representation of these delicate cheeses. The “Fleur” line of Chevrefeuille cheeses are made with pasteurized milk. The cheeses, weighing approximately five-pounds each, have a distinctive scalloped edge displaying a beautiful flower shape reminiscent of its namesake. Fleur Verte Chevrefeuille is a fresh goat cheese that is covered in herbs.
|Ingredients||Pasteurized goat's milk, salt, rennet, enzymes, pink peppercorns, tarragon.|
|Unit Size||1/5 LB|
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