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TGF Cheddar

The natural choice

Truly Grass Fed natural cheddars are made with milk from cows that are 95% grass fed* and spend most of the year leisurely roaming and grazing on lush green pastures. Our mature Cheddar is aged for 12 months, which gives it a creamy texture and bold taste, whereas our six-month aged cheddar is perfectly smooth with a creamy consistency. Both are sure to please discerning cheese lovers.

When you choose Truly Grass Fed, you can be assured that you’re choosing ingredients that adhere to our highest standards of nutrition, flavour and quality. Always non-GMO, growth hormone rBST-free* and antibiotic free.‡ That's the Truly Grass Fed difference.

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In table top cheddar

Our natural, nutritious cheeses offer flavour profiles to meet your customers' needs. From its perfectly smooth mouth-feel to its creamy consistency, it is truly delicious. 

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In food service

Our Truly Grass Fed cheese is the perfect ingredient for food service applications where every ingredient counts towards supporting a natural ethos. It melts effortlessly over a burger and adds a flavour punch to pasta. A versatile cheese, it delivers both on functionality and taste.

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Ulrik Bagge-Hansen

Senior Regional Sales Manager
APAC & Americas
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Al Chen

Regional Sales Manager
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Masato Nakamura

Regional Sales Manager
Japan and APAC

TGF Credentials

* Source: “Effect of pasture versus indoor feeding systems on raw milk composition and quality over an entire lactation” and “Quality characteristics, chemical composition, and sensory properties of butter from cows on pasture versus indoor feeding system” .** Online quantitative survey among 1000 U.S. consumers - Age 20-60 - Primary grocery shoppers - Routine dairy consumption Survey Fielded November 2016.*** 95% grass-fed cows for 250 days on a three-year average (taking inclement weather into account).**** No significant difference has been shown between milk derived from growth hormone-treated and non-growth hormone-treated cows.