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Homemade - Cream Cheese Garlic & Dill - Organic Village
Cream Cheese | With Garlic & Dill | Homemade
Organic Village
290 Gr
฿135.00 / Piece Add to cart
Homemade - Cottage Cheese - Organic Village
Cottage Cheese | Homemade
Organic Village
280 Gr
฿180.00 / Piece Add to cart
Homemade - Cream Cheese - Organic Village
Cream Cheese | Original | Homemade
Organic Village
290 Gr
฿125.00 / Piece Add to cart
Jartisann - Siam is blue - Cheese
Jartisann - Forest Tail - Cheese bangkok
Forest Tail | Chedar/Danbo Mix | Cow Milk
180 Gr
฿270.00 / Piece Add to cart
Jartisann - Saltara Thera - Cheese
Saltara Thera | Comte Style
210 Gr
฿325.00 / Piece Add to cart
Gorgonzola Picante - Blue Cheese 200g - Organic Village
Gorgonzola Piccante | Blue Cheese
Organic Village
200 Grs
฿330.00 Add to cart
Organic Village - Emmental Cheese 200g - Organic Village
Organic Village - Cheddar Cheese 200g - Organic Village
Cheddar Cheese | Rich and Bold Flavor
Organic Village
200 Grs
฿175.00 Add to cart
Organic Village - Brie Soft Cheese 250g - Organic Village
Brie | Soft Cheese | Mild Buttery Flavor
Organic Village
250 Grs
฿300.00 Add to cart
Organic Village - Grana Cheese grated 200g - Organic Village
Grana Cheese | Finely Grated
Organic Village
200 Grs
฿180.00 Add to cart
Rivoire - Comte Cheese 12 month 125gr - Organic Village

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Is It Healthy To Buy Organic Cheese?

Yes, it is healthy to buy organic cheese because it is made from organic milk from an organic dairy farm. Farmers feed their cows with natural feeds, which improves the quality of the milk. Cattle are not exposed to growth hormones or antibiotics.
Organic cheese has high nutritional values. Organic cheese is richer in omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential for our health compared to regular cheese. It also has high levels of vitamin E, protein, calcium, iron, and nutrients such as linoleic acid and other antioxidants.
Organic cheese has no genetically modified organisms. Farmers do not expose cows to toxins, synthetic pesticides, or herbicides, so one can feel safe feeding on organic cheese.
In summary, organic cheese has many benefits, including improved animal welfare, a positive environmental influence due to organic farming, and overall health benefits.

What Does Mean When Cheese Is Organic?

When cheese is labeled as organic, it means only one thing: that the milk used to make the cheese is from an organically reared and fed dairy cow. When we say that a cow is organically reared, what we mean is that it has been fed using an organic diet of grass and hay and has not been injected with antibiotics or growth hormones. Consequently, organic cheese must contain organic ingredients for it to qualify to be labeled as organic. It should be certified by a third-party organization that it meets set standards for a product to be considered organic.

Which cheeses are unhealthy?

Here are some examples of unhealthy cheese.
High-calorie cheese: High-calorie cheese can lead to weight gain or obesity which can cause various health problems.
Full-fat cheese: Full-fat cheese is also known as whole milk cheese. This type of cheese can be high in calories and saturated fat which can lead to weight gain and increase the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease
Sweetened cream cheeses: Sweetened cream cheese contains high levels of sugar which can lead to diseases such as diabetes. High consumption of sugar can lead to high blood pressure, inflammation, weight gain, and other related diseases.
Processed cheese: Processed cheese can be unhealthy because of the high content of additives and, preservatives, such as sodium, fat, and others.