Wisconsin is known for all types of cheese, but on September 20th, it’s all about string cheese!
Baker Cheese is bringing you some spooky fun this Halloween season with limited-edition packaging! Until Halloween, you can find your favorite award-winning string cheese in midnight purple packaging with ghostly tree branches, ghastly flying bats, and a wide-eyed tree owl.
Baker Cheese is proud to announce that our low-moisture part-skim string cheese has been awarded 3rd place in the 2021 Wisconsin State Fair Dairy Products Contest in the String Cheese Category.
Baker Cheese, a pioneer in string cheese production and one of the nation’s largest string cheese manufacturers, was recently featured on a very cheesy episode of Modern Marvels.
In celebration of National String Cheese Day on September 20th, our team of cheesemakers at Baker Cheese wanted to share the best kept secrets about how to eat string cheese.
Baker Cheese is no stranger to awards and recognition. As a fourth-generation, family-owned business, Baker Cheese has been manufacturing award-winning cheese for more than 100 years in St. Cloud, Wisconsin.
ST.CLOUD, Wis., July 9, 2020 – Baker Cheese, a fourth-generation family-owned, St. Cloud, Wisconsin-based cheese manufacturer, announced that it has been named the 2020 Dairy Plant of the Year by national trade publication Dairy Foods.
Baker Cheese takes pride in offering consumers and private label partners with an exceptional product and customer service. These areas of focus will only continue to grow with the recent expansion at Baker Cheese in St. Cloud, Wisconsin.
The expansion includes an added production line, which will allow two streams of milk to be processed and packaged in the cheese plant at the same time, allowing Baker Cheese to offer more variety and capacity.
This added growth and focus on supporting the expanding needs of customers generated interest from Cheese Market News. As such, Baker Cheese was featured in a story highlighting the expansion and how it supports the cheese industry.
As string cheese manufacturers, nothing could make us happier than an entire day dedicated to the cheese we love -- string cheese! Whether you like it peeled, warmed up, or sliced as a snack, string cheese is a staple in many homes across America.
When did National String Cheese day begin? And what goes into the production of each individually wrapped stringer?
Read on to learn more.
In the state of Wisconsin, there are more than 1,200 licensed cheesemakers but less than 80 hold the distinguished title of “Master Cheesemaker.” Baker Cheese is proud to have a newly accredited Wisconsin Master Cheesemaker® at the helm of its cheesemaking process.