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Chr. Hansen Introduces Cheese Cultures For Eastern European Market

September 21, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
Chr. Hansen has introduced two cheese cultures for the Continental segment in Eastern Europe that are designed to improve cheese flavor and reduce bitterness in new formats (i.e., sliced, diced, shredded). Available as frozen DVS cultures, the products comprise flavor enhancing strains that can be used in rotation with the DCC260 culture for improved robustness. According to the company, the low inoculation rate and high activity of the culture accelerate the ripening process. Belarus, Russia and Poland produce large quantities of Continental cheese such as gouda each year with a growing focus on the "shredded" format.
"Better taste, less bitterness and increased phage protection", Press release, Chr. Hansen, September 21, 2012, © Chr. Hansen
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