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Monterey jack
Milk fat
28 % minimum
44 % maximum
1.2 - 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 %
Monterey Jack, a cheese which is relatively unknown here in Québec, is nonetheless a perfect partner for your everyday dishes. Just like Brick, St. Guillaume Monterey Jack is much tastier and practical to use than the more traditional Mozzarella. Do you want to add a more exotic flair to your everyday meals? Use St-Guillaume Monterey Jack and you’ll see, your dishes will only get better and better!


Semi firm cheese, lactose-free and made from pasteurized milk.

Appearance and texture
This cheese has no rind, its texture is very even and supple.

Aroma and taste
Monterey Jack has a mild taste, slightly acidic, with a slight hint of hazelnut.

The best way to enjoy
There are many ways that you can enjoy this cheese; Monterey Jack is extremely versatile! Enjoy it in little triangular-shaped pieces or sliced… or in a cheese platter. Monterey Jack is also known to go well with “au gratin” dishes or grated with Mexican food.

Slip a slice of Monterey Jack into your next hamburger: It will make you feel like you’re at the restaurant!

It is recommended to let Monterey Jack stand at room temperature for 2 hours before consuming.
Conservations and storage
Monterey Jack must be refrigerated and can be kept for up to 3 months from its original date of packaging.
Pasteurized milk, may contain modified milk ingredients, bacterial culture, salt, microbial enzyme.
800 gr, 2.27 kg, 4.5 kg, 9.0 kg, 18 kg
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