Frico  Gouda, which has been produced since 1184 to the present day, takes its name from the
Town of Gouda.
It is one of the oldest known cheeses in the world.
After the cheese is fermented and the whey is filtered, the remaining precipitate is washed again with
clean water; as a result, the formation of lactic acid is reduced, resulting in a cheese with a sweeter taste.
It is a diversified cheese ripened from 4 weeks to 36 months.
It is sold in average in 5 kg packages.