SORRENTO MOZZARELLA CHEESES DO NOT CONTAIN ANIMAL RENNET

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Sorrento mozzarella cheese is sold in many grocery stores like; Pathmark, Stop&Shop, Shoprite, Walmart and Target. It is good to know their cheese are made with microbial rennet only.

Definition of microbial rennet, according to wikipedia include the following information; The flavor and taste of cheeses produced with microbial rennets tend towards some bitterness, especially after longer maturation periods. These so-called “microbial rennets” are suitable for vegetarians, provided no animal-based alimentation was used during the production.

Only the mozzarella and ricotta cheeses are mentioned in the email, it is not sure if Sorrento cheddar cheese, string cheeses or stick cheeses are also in this category or not. Please refer to the following lines for the company’s reply;

Sorrento Lactalis, Inc. understands that the source of coagulant used in the manufacturing of cheese is important in today’s ever-changing world, for both the intermediary processors and consumers of our products.

Sorrento uses only Microbial Rennet in the manufacturing of all its Mozzarella and Ricotta Cheeses. This source of chymosin is widely accepted and used throughout the entire US Dairy Industry for the manufacturing of natural cheeses.

Sincerely,

Joyce LaRoche
Quality Assurance Specialist
joyce.laroche@lactalis.us

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