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Milk fat
29 % minimum
42 % maximum
1.5 - 2.0%
5.05 - 5.45
Nutrition facts
Per 30g serving
% daily value
Calories 110
Fat 8g
12 %
Saturated 6g
+ Trans 0.2g

31 %
Cholesterol 30mg
Sodium 130mg
Carbohydrate 1g
0 %
Fibre 1g
4 %
Sugars 1g
Proteins 8g
Vitamin A
10 %
Vitamin C
0 %
15 %
0 %
St-Guillaume Brick cheese is not only tastier than the popular Mozzarella, but it also spreads better when used “au gratin”, and will not burn when heated. Being lactose-free, Brick cheese can be used in different ways because it has superior cooking qualities to other cheeses. Brick is an ideal substitute if you’re short on Cheddar or Mozzarella. Try it out for yourself; your guests will love it!


Semi-firm cheese, lactose-free, made with pasteurized milk.

Appearance and texture
This cheese has no rind; it has a creamy texture, is elastic, and is covered with small irregular holes.

Aroma and taste
Brick cheese has a very mild flavour.

The best way to enjoy
St-Guillaume Brick cheese can be enjoyed several ways: Some people like it in cubes or triangular-shaped pieces; others prefer it in slices and put it into a sandwich or a hamburger. “Au gratin”, this cheese “burns” less than traditional Mozzarella while maintaining a delicious taste and flavour.

Try it on a pizza or “raclette”, your taste buds will tell you to come back for more and more!

It is recommended to let Brick cheese stand at room temperature for 2 hours before consumption.
Conservations and storage
Brick cheese must be refrigerated, and keeps for up to 3 months after the packaging date.
Pasteurized milk, may contain modified milk ingredients, bacterial culture, salt, microbial enzyme.
400 gr, 800 gr, 2.27 kg, 4.5 kg, 9.0 kg, 18 kg
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