Fol Epi

This cheese hails from a French region called Loire Valley. Fol Epi is translated as an ear of wheat. That’s why the wheel’s shape of this cheese is decorated with ears of wheat and has a bright golden crust. The cheese has a nutty flavor with fruity notes resembling Swiss Emmental. Fol Epi tastes good with fresh bread, fruit and various salads. In reference to wine, this cheese harmonizes with Chardonnay, Sauvignon, Pinot Noire and Merlo. Besides the cheese sold by the weight, Fol Epi is also produced in small packagings for quick meals.

Fol Epi classic

— 150 g —

7 slices of cheese in an individual package. A convenient format for a quick meal. Besides, the crust of sliced Fol Epi is edible unlike the weighted cheese.

Fol Epi

— 3 kg —

The cheese has a nutty flavor with fruity notes resembling Swiss Emmental.

Fol Epi Light

— 150 g —

A perfect variant for a light breakfast or supper and also for those, who pay a special attention to diet food.

Fol Epi Ripe

— 130 g —

A sweetish seasoned taste for those, who appreciate a combination of shades and semitones.

Characteristics
(per 100 g)

 

  Fol Epi classic, 150 g Fol Epi Light, 150 g Fol Epi Ripe, 130 g Fol Epi, 3 kg
Fat content in dry matter 50% not less than 32,2%  50% 50%
Protein 24,7 g 27,6 g 26 g 22,6 g
Fat 27,3 g 16 g 29 g 28 g
Calorific (energy) value 1466 kj (353 kcal) 1088 kj (260 kcal) 365 kcal 1420 kj (345 kcal)
Shelf-life on storage condition, temperature 2-8 °C 120 days     120 days   120 days   100 days