Farm Rich added a popular new snack to its lineup: Breaded Cheddar Cheese Curds, available in grocery stores this fall.
The new Cheddar Cheese Curds are made with 100%, authentic Wisconsin Cheese Curds sourced from the award-winning LaGrander’s Hillside Dairy of Wisconsin. Breaded to a light, crispy golden perfection, the product is literally bursting with the mild, salty, fresh goodness of real Wisconsin Cheese Curds. This latest cheese snack from Farm Rich has the official “Wisconsin Cheese” seal of approval by the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board.
The Cheddar “gold” for the Cheese Curds comes from LaGrander’s Cheese, made on the family owned and operated dairy located in the rolling farm lands of west-central Wisconsin, near Stanley. Hillside Dairy began as a small farmer’s co-op in the early 1900s. Under the guidance of Master Cheesemaker Randy LaGrander, Hillside Dairy produces some of the finest cheese in the country, including award-winning Colby, Colby-Jack, Pepper Jack, Monterey-Jack and Cheddar cheese, and its exceptional fresh cheese curds. Learn more at LagrandersCheese.com.
Farm Rich Cheddar Cheese Curds are available in supermarkets primarily in the Midwest and Southeast, with plans for nationwide expansion later this fall and next year. Priced between $4.99-6.99 for a 16-ounce. carton (prices vary by store), the Curds can be found in the freezer section of grocery stores and prepared at home in a conventional oven, toaster oven or deep fryer in less than 10 minutes. For product and more information, visit FarmRich.com.