Organic Valley snack kits pair our award-winning organic cheeses, organic beef summer sausage and stone-ground wheat crackers in an easy-peel, ready-to-go package. People already loved pairing our cheese from pasture-raised cows with summer sausage, and now we’ve made it easy to grab-and-go. You bring the hunger, and we’ll bring the good.
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Award-winning aged sharp cheddar from Organic Valley pairs perfectly with the tang of organic beef summer sausage from the family farms of our cooperative. The easy-peel tray and slim profile makes this a delicious non-GMO snack you can enjoy anywhere.
Absolutely NO antibiotics, synthetic hormones, toxic pesticides or GMO anything.
Storage and Handling
Ready to eat. Keep refrigerated.
Organic Sharp Cheddar Ingredients: Organic cultured pasteurized milk, salt, vegetarian enzyme. Organic Beef Summer Sausage Ingredients: Organic beef, sea salt, organic honey, organic spices, cultured celery juice powder, lactic acid starter culture. Organic Stone-Ground Wheat Crackers Ingredients: Organic unbleached wheat flour, organic cracked wheat, organic canola oil, sea salt, organic sugar, and organic yeast.
* The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
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Because we like to know all about our food.
We've always been cheesy.
Fun fact: Before we ever sold a gallon of milk, we were selling organic cheese around the country. And not only that, today we have more certified organic cheeses than anyone else.
Good cheese starts from the source.
To make the best cheese, you have to start with the best milk. That’s why our cows spend most of their time grazing on pastures, enjoying a proper diet of grasses. Their healthy milk is what makes our cheese so delicious.
Location, location, location.
A cow’s diet can actually affect the taste of the milk they produce. So because cows in different regions graze on different pastures, where the milk comes from can influence the taste of the cheese.
We're in the home of the cheese heads.
In the 1800s, Wisconsin was producing so much milk farmers didn’t know what to do with it. Instead of letting it go to waste they began making cheese. Today, Wisconsin is producing over 2 billion pounds of cheese annually.