The Holzhof farm in Bissegg is a direct link from the past to the future. Having a reputation as a farm, beer brewery, restaurant and starch production, a dairy was built at the Holzhof in 1869, and from there on it was only agriculture and cheese making. The first Tilsit was produced there in 1893. Now Otto Wartmann is the fifth generation cheese maker. And few operations in the world are as environmental conscious as the Holzhof where the philosophy is to leave the least traces possible: from grass/hay to milk to cheese, the whey to feed the pigs, the manure is used as fertilizer and produces electricity. The Holzhof produces more electricity than it needs, the overproduction goes into the community's power net.
- Made from unpasteurized cow's milk.
- Photo depicts whole 8 lb. form of cheese.
- We cut and wrap this item by hand.
INGREDIENTS: Semihard cheese made of thermized cow milk, rennet, enzymes, salt.
* This label info was entered by hand from the actual product itself. We do not take responsibility for transcription errors or changes made by the manufacturer after the date we entered the data.
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