has been making cheese since 1899, even longer than Kraft! What makes
this cheese unique is that it is sealed in a can with an indefinite
shelf-life, a requirement for far-flung places without decent
refrigeration networks like Southeast Asia, the Middle East and the
Australian interior. A true technical marvel of caloric preservation
that you can take advantage of easily and affordably!
cheese is not available in any store in this country and only one other
place in the world cans cheese like Bega, namely Washington State
University's COUGAR GOLD!
can contains 200 grams (7.05 Ounces) of Cheese, and the cans are a
little larger in diameter than a 6 oz. can of tuna and about 25% taller.
is real cheese that can be grated like any other cheese. It melts, it
can be sliced into thin slices for sandwiches, pizzas, lasagna or meat
loaf, and it behaves just like any other deli-bought cheese - it's great
for grilled cheese sandwiches, fantastic omelets or just by the slice.
Cheese complies completely with both FDA and USDA requirements and is
even Halal certified. This cheese has a shelf life of two years according
to the official specs, but will store for man, many years in the right climate. . It's
packaged this way in Australia and in the Middle East for folks who
don't have refrigeration, like many in the outback or in third world
countries. The manufacturer is confident it will last "indefinitely".
Since it's in a sterile environment, air can't circulate so germs can't
get to it - there's no reason that it can't store indefinitely. Just
keep it as cool as you can, but protect it from freezing as with any
other cheese. Once you open a can, it's best to refrigerate any
leftovers, though it will most likely last a few more days in a
zipper-locking baggie or tinfoil without refrigeration.