Roth Cheese, makers of award-winning specialty cheese, is adding a new Chèvre flavor to its collection of fresh goat cheeses with the introduction of Roth Cranberry Cinnamon Chèvre. With the holidays around the corner, this spicy/sweet variety is complex, yet light and mellow, and perfect for celebrating the season. The new cheese pairs especially well with cured meats, spiced nuts, and seasonal beverages like apple cider and barrel-aged beers.
“We wanted a goat cheese flavor that would stand out as a holiday staple and make the season a little more special right now,” said Heather Engwall, Vice President of Marketing for Roth Cheese. “The demand for flavored goat cheese continues to grow, and this provides the special experience that consumers are looking for.”
During the COVID-19 pandemic, shoppers have shown that they love specialty cheese. According to iRI data, goat cheese has grown 14 percent year-to-date in 2020.
Roth Chèvre is available in several flavors including classic, garlic herb, cranberry cinnamon, and wild blueberry in 8-ounce or 4-ounce logs at Walmart Supercenters nationwide and at ImperfectFoods.com.
Roth Cheese is a part of Emmi Roth, one of the nation’s largest producers of specialty cheese. Cheese experts at Roth have been importing and crafting specialty cheese in Southern Wisconsin for more than 150 years. Roth is known for producing award-winning cheeses like Grand Cru and Buttermilk Blue, everyday favorites like Havarti and Gouda, and innovative new snack and grab-and-go cheeses.
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