Say Cheese! Dairy Destinations in Cashton
World-class. Award winning. Organic. Artisan. With grate descriptions like that, you might say we are cultured.
Cheese puns aside, the dairy producers in Cashton are indeed deserving of high praise. Looking for a delicious local bite? Stop by these producers for your next cheese obsession. You won't be disappointed!
Amish dairies supply the milk used to make Pasture Pride's amazing cheeses. Hand milking gives the milk a rich butterfat, which contributes to the incredible unique flavors of these cheeses. Even the delivery is uniquely traditional: the milk arrives to the creamery in chilled milk cans. Their baked Juusto cheese has brought home numerous awards from cheese competitions. Pasture Pride also creates a variety of traditional cheeses, goats milk cheeses, and offers a range of locally-crafted food products and giftwares. Visit Pasture Pride at 110 Eagle Drive in Cashton.
Another outstanding Amish-supplied cheese factory in Cashton, Old Country Cheese brings in 120,000 pounds of milk per day from over 230 local Amish milk producers. Their cheese store carries more than twenty varieties of cheese they create on site, as well as a variety of other food and giftware. Visit Old Country Cheese at S510 County Road D in Cashton.
Organic Valley creates a variety of unique dairy products- not just great cheese! Yogurt, cottage cheese, milk, ghee (a cultured butter product), and more can be found at the Organic Valley Retail Store at the Cashton Office Building. Additionally, you can purchase organic produce, meats, and other natural products at the Organic Valley Retail Store. Visit the store at 509 Organic Drive in Cashton.
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