Extreme Cheese Offers Flavorful Promise
Research scientists funded by America's dairy farmers and in part managed by Dairy Management Inc. (DMI) developed a new process to create cheese in almost any flavor imaginable - coffee, wine, sour apple, even bubblegum. And they can color it to match, offering consumers a complete sensory experience. In a taste test at a Chicago-area elementary school, kids ages 10-12 had the opportunity to be one of the first to try blueberry and sour apple-flavored cheese. These school children voted blueberry their favorite and described the flavored cheese as "fantastic," giving it a thumbs-up rating as a snack option they would enjoy.