DSM launches new tasty, firm-textured Swiss cheese

DSM launches new tasty, firm-textured Swiss cheese

6:16 AM, 30th November 2017
DSM launches new tasty, firm-textured Swiss cheese
The new culture delivers excellent flavor, consistent quality, more efficient production and reduced ripening time for mature Emmental-type cheeses.

DELFT, NETHERLANDS: Royal DSM NV has launched its latest addition to its Swiss cheese portfolio, DelvoCheese SW-250. Created to answer consumer demand for tasty, ready-to-use Swiss cheese, the new culture delivers excellent flavour, consistent quality, more efficient production and reduced ripening time for mature Emmental-type cheeses.

Swiss cheese continues to grow in popularity worldwide, because of the increasing demand for flavoursome, conveniently-packaged processed cheese, with characteristics such as longer shelf life and improved slice ability. Meanwhile, traditional production processes have struggled to meet the growth in demand for tasty products that can provide these attributes in an affordable, efficient way.

DelvoCheese SW-250 has been developed specifically for the efficient manufacture of mature, firm-textured Emmental-type cheeses, and guarantees consistent end-product quality, sensory profile and signature eye formation while creating cheese with distinctly Swiss, isovaleric and clean notes.

DelvoCheese SW-250 adds to DSM’s portfolio of Swiss cheese cultures, that also includes a propioni bacteria offer, enzymes, and coagulants to provide the answer to successful Swiss cheese production, reducing ripening time and increasing productivity and yield to improve affordability. It offers consistent and robust acidification at high temperatures with a low dosage, helping cheese manufacturers meet rapidly changing market needs and enabling better food for everyone.

“DelvoCheese SW-250 perfectly complements our DelvoCheese SW range, creating a complete solution that can maintain desired flavour while also facilitating faster, more cost-effective and controlled Swiss cheese production,” said Eric Aubree, marketing manager cheese, DSM.

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