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Mozzamini Wasabi Pearls by Cheese Bits Win Silver at 2023 American Cheese Society Competition

World 12.03.2024
Source: The DairyNews
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Yummy Industries LLC, based in Riverbank, California, is revolutionizing cheese snacking with its premium offering, Cheese Bits, featuring the acclaimed Mozzamini Wasabi Pearls.
Mozzamini Wasabi Pearls by Cheese Bits Win Silver at 2023 American Cheese Society Competition
The company recently earned a Silver award in the International Style with Flavor category at the 2023 American Cheese Society Judging and Competition.

Cheese Bits, founded by individuals with extensive experience in crafting premium snacking cheeses in Europe, recognized the lack of an elevated snacking cheese category in the U.S. In contrast to traditional options like string cheeses, they decided to introduce their European heritage and technology to Northern California, producing the Mozzamini line using exclusively local dairy milk. Their commitment to quality is underscored by the prestigious California Milk Advisory Board "Real California Milk" seal on their products.

Mozzamini offers a delightful snacking experience with three different forms and a variety of flavors, designed to complement everything from cheese boards to salads and tuna dishes. The Pea-sized Pearls, available in five flavors - Original, Smoked, Strawberry, Smoked Wasabi, and the award-winning Wasabi - require zero preparation or slicing.

Available in premium cheese cases nationwide at retailers like Kroger, Raley’s, and Harris-Teeter, Mozzamini by Cheese Bits comes in a convenient 3.5-ounce package with a suggested retail price of $5.99. Elevate your snacking experience with the innovative and award-winning Mozzamini Wasabi Pearls from Cheese Bits.
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