Grana Padano is the best-selling PDO cheese in the world. The culture of wellness is an intrinsic part of the production chain of this unique, inimitable cheese.
Thanks to its versatility, Grana Padano cheese enables everyone to become more creative in the kitchen. Be inspired by our suggestions.
For over sixty years, the Grana Padano Protection Consortium has united producers, maturing companies and distributors of our cheese, guaranteeing compliance with the traditional recipe and its characteristic high quality in every single cheese wheel produced.
Protecting Grana Padano also means promoting its image. This is why the Consortium promotes many activities aimed at spreading the culture of this cheese worldwide, through advertising campaigns, events and other initiatives.
Grana Padano is produced in a sustainable way. The Grana Padano Protection Consortium is comitted to managing its impact responsibly, engaging the consumer, the community in which it operates and the entire production chain.
Biocaseificio Tomasoni di Tomasoni Massimo & C. SNC, grana padano, Production siteshttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/tomasoni-flli-snc.aspxThese are sold directly to customers at the dairy shop, skilfully run by Massimo’s mum, but most go to community buying groups mainly based in the Milan area. ... Here we can still see the “pans” where the cream rises to the top, and the vats in which the wheels are placed in a brine bath.
Production sites, grana padano, grana padano protection consortium, dairies with shop, sale of Grana Padano, where to buy Grana Padano, Italian cheesehttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/production-sites.aspxConsortium > Production sites Production sites The Grana Padano Protection Consortium brings together producers geographically distributed in: Lombardia, Veneto, Emilia Romagna,Trentino Alto Adige and Piemonte. Also seasoners located in Lombardia, Veneto and in the provinces of Piacenza, Trento e Cuneo belong to the consortium. In addition, the Consortium also includes: authorised [...]
Santangiolina Latte Fattorie Lombarde Soc. Agr. Coop., grana padano, Production siteshttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/santangiolina-latte-fattorie-lombarde-sac.aspxOur visit ends in the analysis laboratory, where 20 year-old technician Luca passionately monitors the parameters of the milk every day. ... Our tour comes to an end with Alessia and Eleonora, two sisters who work in the office, but also manage the factory shop, where as well as Grana Padano PDO, visitors can also buy the other products made [...]
Caseificio Contini di Contini Damiano, grana padano, Production siteshttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/contini-formaggi-di-contini-damiano.aspxIn fact the only channel is now the dairy shop, run by Sabrina, where they sell Grana Padano, ricotta and the butter which is made by Sabrina herself! ... “One in particular has been coming here to buy his cheese for over 30 years and is a friend by now.
Baked salted cod, potatoes, anchovies and Grana Padano PDOhttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/main-courses-baked-salted-cod-potatoes-anchovies-and-grana-padano-pdo.aspxBut if you prefer buying dried stockfish, it can be soaked at home, in cold water, changed twice a day, for at least 8-10 days. ... Where does the napkin go, on the left or the right?
Latteria Agricola di Marmirolo Soc. Agricola Cooperativa, grana padano, Production siteshttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/latteria-agricola-di-marmirolo-soc-agricola-coop.aspxThese grasslands are a historical part of the land, where they grow spontaneously and without any particular requirements. ... ” They would buy the raw materials, like maize, wheat, bran, soybean meal, mineral supplements, alfalfa, and so on, and make a customized feed for every milk supplier. ... [...]
Chiaravalle Abbey, Cistercian monks, Grana Padano history, origins of Grana Padano cheesehttps://www.granapadano.it/en-ww/chiaravalle-abbey.aspxChiaravalle Abbey and its mill View from the Chiaravalle Abbey cloister in Milan View from the Chiaravalle Abbey cloister in Milan THE CLOISTER The cloister can be found beside the right side of the church, where the longer arm of the cross is located. ... The Chapter House opens up on the eastern side of the cloister, a place where decisions regarding the [...]