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Rians Roule Pineapple Cheese

Le Roule Pineapple Cheese Sliced is made from fresh cow milk cheese that is hand rolled to create its wonderfully typical swirl. Pineapple is a deliciously fragrant fruit and when combined with fresh cheese, the flavour is taken to a whole new level! Pieces of pineapple provide a delightful bite while the creamy taste of cheese melts in the mouth.
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Le Roulé Pineapple Cheese Sliced makes it a perfect alternative to cottage cheese and even jam at breakfast time.

Keep chilled.

  • Per 100g
    Energy: 1,269kJ / 305 kcal
    Fat: 23g (of which Saturated Fatty Acids: 16g)
    Carbohydrate: 19g (of which Sugar: 17g)
    Protein: 5.6g
    Salt: 0.13g

Ingredients: Pasteurized milk* and cream*, sugar, milk proteins, dehydrated pineapple and mango granules (2.45% pineapple, 1.05% mango), starch, natural flavouring, preservative: sorbic acid, lactic ferments.

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French Cheese

French cheese is synonymous with unparalleled gastronomy and craftsmanship, earning France its well-deserved reputation as the cheese capital of the world. From the pungent and creamy Camembert to the buttery and delicate Brie, France boasts a diverse array of cheese varieties, each representing its unique terroir and cheese-making traditions.

French cheese-making dates back centuries, and its production methods have been refined through generations of artisanal expertise. The French take immense pride in their cheese heritage, and it is deeply ingrained in their culinary culture. The country's rich and varied landscape provides an abundance of high-quality milk from cows, goats, and sheep, essential for crafting the myriad of cheeses that grace French tables.

When it comes to wine pairing, the French have perfected the art of harmonizing cheese and wine. For soft and creamy cheeses like Brie or Camembert, opt for a sparkling wine like Champagne or a crisp Chardonnay to complement their luscious texture. For the bold and nutty flavors of aged cheeses like Comté or Roquefort, a full-bodied red wine such as Bordeaux or Syrah brings out the cheese's complexity.

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