Italy is the country with the highest variety of cheeses in the world, with over 2500 traditional varieties, among which are about 500 commercially recognised cheeses and more than 300 kinds of cheese with protected designation of origin (PDO, PGI and PAT).
Fifty-two of them are protected at a European level. In terms of raw production volume, Italy is the third largest cheese producer in the European Union. Lombardy is the first Italian region for number of protected cheeses, with 77 varieties including Granone Lodigiano, ancestor of all Italian granular cheeses such as Grana Padano and Parmigiano-Reggiano, Mascarpone, and the well-known Gorgonzola blue cheese.
Grana Padano is a cheese originating in the Po river Valley in northern Italy. Like Parmigiano Reggiano, Grana Padano is a semi-fat hard cheese which...View full product details
Human labour, a thousand years of history, traditions, and a cherished and protected land. These are the base for what is considered worldwide the King...View full product details