Press kithttps://www.granapadano.it/en-uk/press-kit-v1.aspxIt was made so as to preserve the surplus milk produced each day, using special cauldrons, within monasteries, which can as such be considered the first dairies. ... It was not, however, until April 10, 1954, that Italy established some rules on the "Protection of Designations of origins of cheeses".
Where Grana Padano comes from, grana padano, Italian cheesehttps://www.granapadano.it/en-uk/where-grana-padano-comes-from.aspxGrana Padano > Production process > Where Grana Padano comes from Where Grana Padano comes from Only specific provinces and regions in Italy are able to produce Grana Padano cheese. ... A profound difference is made by the day to day repetition of traditional and painstakingly precise routines.
History, grana padanohttps://www.granapadano.it/en-uk/history.aspxThis process continues to ensure that this unique cheese maintains its fragrant qualities and its appeal which has made it famous worldwide. ... The decision was made to turn the generic name of a traditional cheese, into its very own name, thus making the cheese truly unique.
Latterie Vicentine S.C.A., grana padano, Production siteshttps://www.granapadano.it/en-uk/latterie-vicentine-sca.aspxOver the years, Latterie Vicentine has been growing steadily, in terms of both member numbers and milk produced, and is now the largest dairy cooperative in the Veneto region as well as the largest producer of Asiago PDO cheese in Italy. ... Barbara explains carefully what the cows eat, how they live and then, in a room turned laboratory, using a stove and [...]
Promotion, grana padano, Italian cheesehttps://www.granapadano.it/en-uk/promotion.aspxThe promotion of the proper use of the name "Grana Padano" Following the ever-increasing globalisation of markets, the growing issue of the counterfeiting affecting Made in Italy products and, last but not least, the economic crisis and its effects on the speculation over quality and prices, the Consortium puts a great deal of effort in the [...]
Caseificio Sociale Ponte di Barbarano Soc. https://www.granapadano.it/en-uk/caseificio-sociale-ponte-di-barbarano-soc-agr-co.aspxIn fact, the cooperative organises an important initiative called Caseifici Aperti [Open Cheese Factories], an event that draws many visitors, as well as people who work in the sector and want to get a close-up view of how one of Italy’s finest products is made. ... In addition to receiving gratification for the work, the awards [...]
Latteria Sociale S. https://www.granapadano.it/en-uk/latteria-sociale-s-angelo-societa-agricola-coope.aspxMauro, so she takes us to see him in the room next door where he is with a family of tourists from Rome who have come to see how Grana Padano is made. ... In the conversation we also discuss how to make home-made cheese and even butter.
Horizontal Tasting, grana padano, Italian cheesehttps://www.granapadano.it/en-uk/horizontal-tasting.aspxThus, what makes our cheese different is not only the different ageing period but also the area of production. ... The colour of the cheese is also less intense and the ageing period is shorter.
Latteria Soresina Soc. https://www.granapadano.it/en-uk/latteria-soresina-soc-coop-agricola.aspxThanks to their high quality, the dairy products made by Latteria Soresinese soon established themselves on the market and among consumers, first in Italy and then throughout the world. ... At the same time, assistance was provided to the dairy farms supplying the milk, testing facilities were set up, great efforts were made to achieve [...]
Latteria Agricola di Marmirolo Soc. https://www.granapadano.it/en-uk/latteria-agricola-di-marmirolo-soc-agricola-coop.aspxOf course in those days there were neither computers nor management software, so while things were definitely complicated for those who made the cheese, the administration work was also no easy task. ... They are very dedicated to their shop and especially to the cheese, so much so that in 2008 they took a course organized by ONAF, [...]