This cheese, whose origin is the England- town of Cheddar, is known for its classic orange color. This
cheese, which was first ripened using the natural humidity and temperature in the caves located in the
Cheddar Gorge Valley, has spread to the whole of England as time has progressed. It currently accounts
for 51% of cheeses produced and released in England. Due to the peculiarity of the vegetation in the
areas where animals graze, it has a color that changes from yellow to red as it ripens. Place of origin:
England. Source: Cow milk. Fat: 30-35%. Ripening: 9/24 months.
It is sold on average at 2.5 kg packages..