Forget low-fat – eat dairy fat!

July 13, 2018

This is a blow to all those lowfat-nodairy worshippers: A study done by The University of Texas Health Center at Houston over a period of 22 years (!) found no link between dairy fats and cause of death or, more specifically, heart disease and stroke. Quite the contrary: The findings, published in the “American Journal of Clinical Nutrition”, say that one fatty acid present in dairy may lower the risk of death from cardiovascular disease, particularly from stroke!

Really, fat is good. Just ask Oetzi, the stoneage man discovered under ice in the Italian Alps in 1992. The recent analysis of his stomach showed that the 5300 years old mummy did not just eat vegetables, fruit and berries. No, he followed also a diet that was high in animal protein and fat. Scientists found remains of ibex and venison in his stomach.

In other words: Throw that lowfat stuff out.

The stomach of the Iceman “Oetzi” is well preserved and completely filled (arrows).

Pictures from the show

June 30, 2018

The Fancy Food Show is on in the Javits Center in NYC. Here are the first pictures from the opening day on Saturday, June 30. Watch our newbies like Diva, Mardi Gras(s), Old Witch (older than the Red Witch), the lactose-free Finesse and the line from the Milchmanufaktur Einsiedeln.

 

Rene Schönbächler from the Milchmanufaktur Einsiedeln.

The Old Witch and more…

Finesse and Buffalo Cheese

Bags of Hay

Mardi Grass and Diva

 

Follow us in the Alps

June 5, 2018

We are leaving for the Swiss Alps on June 6. Follow us the next three weeks on Adopt-an-Alp, Quality Cheese or on Facebook.  We will send frequent updates, also from the one week long trip of our Adopt-an-Alp winners. Don’t miss a beat.

Meadowood: 3 Stars go with Quality Cheese

May 8, 2018

We are extremely proud and excited that after Eleven Madison Park/The Nomad another 3-star-Michelin operation has made the decision to work with Quality Cheese: The Restaurant at Meadowood in the Napa Valley – known to meticulously source ingredients and products – received Caroline for an extensive tasting on May 4. Our products were very well received, and we know they will be beautifully exposed in this wonderful environment.

Caroline and the Meadowood crew during the tasting.

The Dining Room at the Restaurant at Meadowood

Adopt-an-Alp in full swing early

April 24, 2018

Our Adopt-an-Alp program gets stronger and stronger. At the end of April already 30 customers have committed, eight of them are new “Adopt-an-Alp parents”. In 2018 there are 27 Alps participating in this one of a kind program. Click the logo below for more information.