Italian Dairy Products offers buffalo mozzarella

UAE-based company now offers buffalo mozzarella made in the UAE for the first time

Buffalo mozzarella made locally.
Buffalo mozzarella made locally.

Italian Dairy Products has launched a buffalo mozzarella cheese made in the UAE for the first time.

The new buffalo mozzarella is made from water buffalo milk imported from the country and region of origin, Campania, in the south of Italy, and specially made and prepared to preserve all its properties with high calcium, vitamins and mineral salts.

The freshly made cheeses production of Italian Dairy Products consists of mozzarella handcrafted in different shapes and dimensions like bocconcini, cherries, burrata, stracciatella, nodini (little knots), treccia (braid shape), sfoglia (thin sheets to be filled as per your taste and then rolled), silano (loaves) used for pizza and scamorza in both natural and smoked type, ricotta, all made with fresh Emirati cow milk.

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Established in 2009 by a group of investors, Italian Dairy Products has grown throughout its years of operation in the UAE. With the combination of milk from the UAE's dairy farms and cheese-making expertise from Italy, the group's efforts have resulted in locally made cheese becoming available in the UAE.

Italian Dairy Products supplies the hospitality and F&B sector, and now has a growing presence in supermarkets and standalone food shops, with products directly sold to consumers in local farmers markets.

Italian Dairy Products is HACCP certified and complies with international safety and quality standards.

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