"The English Original"
The history of cottage cheese is a bit of a mystery. At some point it crossed the Atlantic to the United States and became hugely popular; whereas over here it faded into obscurity. So popular was it with the Americans that it was even supplied to the US Navy during WWII. And it was in 1944 that Lt. Joseph Dickinson RNVR , whilst serving in the British Pacific Fleet, first came across it.
The second contact came in 1964 during a trip to the USA to look at modern farming techniques. From such chance encounters emerged the idea to try making cottage cheese on a commercial scale back in its country of origin. It took another ten years before the first pots appeared. Using a vat the size of a bath-tub, wooden hay rakes as stirrers and literally hand-packed, it was a labour of love.
After a while, the switch was made from a sweet to a soured-cream dressing and so was created English-Style Cottage Cheese: born and bred at Longley Farm.
Directions For Use
Ready to eat.
BRC Certified Production
Cottage Cheese (Skimmed MILK, Cream (MILK)), Salt
Dietary and Allergen Info
Contains Milk (and products thereof)
Suitable for Vegetarians
Suitable for Coeliacs
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|Pieces/Slices per 100g||1 Pieces|
|Energy/Calories per 100g||434 kJ|
|Energy/Calories per 100g||104 kcal|
|Protein per 100g||10.3 g|
|Fat per 100g||6 g|
|of which Saturates per 100g||4.3 g|
|of which Mono-unsaturates per 100g||1.3 g|
|of which Polyunsaturates per 100g||0.1 g|
|Carbohydrate Per 100g||2.2 g|
|of which Sugars per 100g||2.1 g|
|of which Starch per 100g||0.1 g|
|Fibre per 100g||0.6 g|
|Salt per 100g||0.8 g|
|Sodium per 100g||0.3 g|
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