Sartori Foods introduces controlled-melt cheeses
October 14, 2008
by Keith Nunes
PLYMOUTH, WIS. — Sartori Foods has introduced Artisan Perfect Melt, a natural controlled-melt cheese for the food service industry. The product may be pan-seared, grilled, baked or deep-fried without the need for a breading or batter.
"We believe that our new Artisan Perfect Melt will inspire chefs to use cheese in ways they never thought possible," said Jim Sartori, president and chief executive officer. "The versatility of this product allows chefs to really get creative and bring new, differentiated offerings to their menus."
The new product is available in a variety of forms, including thick slices that may be pan seared or grilled for a crispy texture; crisps that may be baked and have a cracker-like crunch; or chips that may be deep-fried to create snack-type products.
The cheese is available in five flavors: classic Asiago, garlic basil, roasted red pepper, fontina and cheddar.
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