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Fromagerie Guilloteau Introduces New Washed-Rind Cheese: FROMAGER D’AFFINOIS CAMPAGNIER


Specialty French Cheese Producer Introduces New Washed-Rind Cheese to US Market in 2015

Fromagerie Guilloteau, one of France’s finest specialty cheese producers, is pleased to introduce the newest member of its family: Fromager d’Affinois Campagnier. Produced using Fromagerie Guilloteau’s revolutionary ultrafiltration process, which retains a higher concentration of nutrients and ensures creamier and richer cheeses, this soft-ripened, cows-milk cheese presents a smooth and velvety texture – similar to a triple-cream – and displays salty, buttery and meaty flavors. Its thin, orange-colored rind comes from washing the rind in an extract from Annatto, an indigenous plant to South America that is used as a natural dye ranging in color from bright yellow to deep orange.

“The newest cheese to our top-selling cheese line, Fromager d’Affinois, reflects our desire to share the “terroir” of France with American consumers,” states Pierre Stéphane Leyrat, Vice President of Marketing and Sales for Fromagerie Guilloteau. “The orange-tinted rind is meant to invoke the color of the wheat fields where the Fromagerie Guilloteau cheeses are produced.”

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In addition to being the newest product in the Fromager d’Affinois family, the Campagnier is also the perfect Fall cheese. The orange-tinted rind it makes it a festive, season-appropriate addition to a Halloween or Thanksgiving cheese plate, and its deep umami flavor makes it a great cheese to incorporate into cool-season meals. In addition, the Campagnier cheese, which had limited availability in the United States when it was first introduced earlier this year, can now be found at many Whole Foods markets and other specialty cheese retailers nationwide.

While the orange-tinted rind of Fromager d’Affinois Campagnier makes it easy to incorporate a festive flare to a Halloween party appetizer or Thanksgiving cheese and charcuterie plate, the cheese can also be easily incorporated everyday home cooking. The below recipe for Texan-style Beef Wraps with Fromager d’Affinois Campagnier is an easy and nutritious dinner for the entire family.

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Active Time: 40 Minutes
Serves: 6

1 1.2 lbs of beef (flank steak, sirloin steak)  
1/2 lb of Fromager d’Affinois Campagnier cheese
6 tortilla wraps
2 tomatoes
1 red pepper
1 green pepper
1 red onion
6 green salad leaves
1 clove of garlic
6 drops of Tabasco
6 pinches of cumin powder
Olive oil

Cut beef into strips; place in a bowl. Add the chopped garlic, Tabasco, cumin, and a dash of olive oil; mix until well combined, and marinate for 30 minutes. Peel, deseed, and cut the peppers into strips. Cut tomatoes into semi-circular slices and peel and thinly slice the red onion. Wash the lettuce.
Heat a dash of olive oil in a frying pan and sear the beef for around one minute. Cover and keep warm. Cut the Fromager d’Affinois Campagnier into sticks.

Assemble the wraps:
Spread the lettuce, tomato, pepper, onion, cheese, and beef onto each tortilla then roll up to form the wraps.

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About Fromagerie Guilloteau
Fromagerie Guilloteau is a family-owned business with two production sites located in the southeast part of France, near the Alps. Fromagerie Guilloteau works with over 100 local milk producers, most with an average herd of around 50 cows. Fromagerie Guilloteau collects nearly 40 million liters of milk per year from Montbéliardes and Prim’Holsteins Montbéliardes breeds, found mostly in mountainous regions of France. Both of these breeds are known to produce high-quality milk, particularly rich in proteins, which makes for the smooth, creamy, textured cheese Fromagerie Guilloteau has become known for.

Fromagerie Guilloteau is known amongst turophiles for having pioneered the use of ultrafiltration in cheesemaking – a process that accelerates cheese maturation through concentration of certain milk components for an ultra-creamy cheeses with a paper-thin rinds, making Fromagerie Guilloteau products some of the most-desired cheese cheeses in Europe, America, and beyond.
Fromagerie Guilloteau produces a selection of different cheeses to satisfy every palate. Made from cow’s milk, goat’s milk, and sheep’s milk, Fromagerie Guilloteau cheeses are hand-crafted in variety of sizes, including minis ideal for packing in lunches and taking on-the-go, larger cheeses for slicing and serving, and rounds and cubes perfect for hosted parties and entertaining. Their most popular line of cheeses, Fromager d’Affinois, comes in a variety of flavors: Plain, Garlic & Mixed Herbs, Truffle, Pepper and Bleu (cow’s milk), Brebicet (sheep’s milk) and Florette (goat’s milk).

For more information on Fromagerie Guilloteau and its cheeses, please visit www.fromagerdaffinois.com.

**This is a sponsored post. I was paid to post this and sent a sample.**

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