It is produced using pasteurized cow and sheep milk. Matured Kashkaval cheese comprises 70% sheep’s milk and 30% cow’s milk. Matured kashkaval cheese is produced at the highest quality standards and is packed after being left to mature in the cold storage for 5-6 days. Produced in large round moulds, matured kashkaval cheese is cut up before being packed.
For those who prefer soft texture and light taste. Since it produced with Ultra Filtration method, the cheese is fermented in the package. This cheese can easily spreadable as well as sliceable. With this feature it is widely enjoyable by kids and elderly.
Halloumi Cheese is a yellowish white cheese with thick fibres. It is usually eaten after being fried in an oil-less frying pan. It is in rectangular shapes and then is cured with salt. That’s why it is a long-life cheese.) Halloumi Cheese is a very different kind of cheese with its structure adequate for frying. Its flavor, smell and taste is incomparable.
It is produced using pasteurized cow’s milk. There are two types of paste in the production of the cheeses. For instance, kasar cheese is obtained from the second paste, while string cheese is obtained from the first paste. In other words string cheese is the prior phase of kasar cheese, and its most important haracteristic is that it separates into fibres.