FAQs

What are the ingredients and nutritional info of Dimock cheese?
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Is Dimock Cheese hormone free?
Yes, we use milk that is from cows not treated with rBGH.

Is Dimock Cheese gluten free?
Yes. Gluten is a protein composite that appears in foods processed from wheat and related species, including barley and rye. None of the cheeses manufactured by Dimock are processed in this way.

Is Dimock Cheese antibiotic free?
While we test each load for antibiotics, producers will, as needed, use antibiotics in their cows.

How long is it safe to keep cheese?
Soft cheeses should be eaten soon after purchasing. As a general rule, the harder the cheese, the longer it will remain fresh. Hard cheeses will generally keep for several months, whereas softer cheese will keep from one to three weeks after opening, if stored in an airtight container

My cheese arrived warm, what should I do with it?
Refrigerate the cheese upon arrival. Although the cheese may be warm, it can still be consumed.

Cheese got moldy, should I throw it away?
Mold may develop on the surface of cheese. Although most molds are harmless, to be safe, trim until the mold is removed.

What are curds and whey?
The cheesemaking process begins when the solids in milk begin to separate from the whey. The more whey a cheesemaker drains from the curds the drier the cheese will be.


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Saturday 8 AM to 12 Noon

Sunday Closed

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