Grass FedMade from the milk of animals grazing on fresh herbs and grasses in outdoor pastures.
Pasture GrazingTaking in the vital nutrients of their natural environment.
No GMO No rBST No PreservativesNever given any growth hormones to unnaturally increase milk production.
World ChampionsThe resulting cheese that is made from this sweet, wholesome milk is natural, healthy and flavorful.
WHAT MAKES OUR CHEESES SPECIAL?
Cheeseland Inc. exports over Forty Artisan Quality Dutch Cheeses. The owner of Cheeseland Inc. carefully picks only the finest quality cheeses from Holland to bring to his clients around the world. Always on the lookout for something different, he travels the globe talking with customers, chefs and cheese makers. Several of Cheeseland’s cheeses have been recognized as World Champions!
In addition to being curious, Cheeseland’s owner is uniquely creative. Working in collaboration with farmers in Holland to develop his own special cheeses. Born in the Netherlands and now living in the USA, his background and life experience lend to an innate understanding of both traditional quality cheese and what makes an excellent Gouda, along with the unquenchable desire to continue to bring to the world something new.
All of the cheeses represented by Cheeseland Inc. are made from the milk of animals which have been grazing on fresh herbs and grasses in outdoor pastures during most of the year and they are never given any growth hormones to unnaturally increase their milk production. This results in the highest quality, best tasting and most natural milk.
The taste and texture of any cheese is largely dependent on the quality of the milk which is used in the cheese making process. Just like fine wines, the quality of the final product is dependent on the soil and mineral content of the region. In Holland, where the cows, sheep and goats graze in outdoor pastures, they are taking in the vital nutrients of their natural environment. The resulting cheese that is made from this sweet, wholesome milk is natural, healthy and flavorful.
Have you ever heard of Vitamin K2? It is an important nutrient which helps us absorb Calcium. Without Vitamin K2, Calcium can be deposited as plaque in a variety of places, not all of them being beneficial to our health. Fortunately, pasture grazed animals produce milk which is a rich source of Vitamin K2. In addition to that, the process of making and aging cheese with the Gouda culture also produces Vitamin K2. The calcium our body needs, gets deposited in the correct place, with the help of Vitamin K2.
For the best quality, nutrition and taste, look for cheeses that are made from the milk of “grass-fed” or “pasture-grazed” animals.