Cambozola was patented and industrially produced for the world market by the large German company Hofmeister-Champignon. The cheese was invented circa 1980 and is still produced by Champignon. In English-speaking countries, Cambozola is often marketed as blue brie.

Butchers Tip

Store cheese in a refrigerator drawer. Avoid storing in the door, where it is vulnerable to temperature swings. Wrap hard cheeses in waxed paper, then store them in a zip-top plastic bag to preserve quality. Remember to let cheese get to room temperature before using.


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Ingredients: Blue precious cultures, pasteurized Milk, Cream, salt, microbial rennet, Milk, lactic cultures, ripening cultures

ALLERGENS: Cream, Milk