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Updated on 07/27/2021


Mozzarella free from lactose

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Detailed description

Mozzarella is a fresh-stretched lactose-free curd cheese characterised by a smooth, uniform and snow-white surface and elastic consistency. The taste is sweet and delicate and the smell is fresh and pleasant. It is delactosed by a natural process involving the splitting of lactose proteins, so that our lactose-intolerant friends don’t have to miss out on the taste, flavour and goodness of Ignalat fresh stretched curd cheese specialities.



    Caseificio IGNALAT

    Caseificio Ignalat is an Apulian medium family-run company present on the Italian dairy market since 1948 and specialized in producing dairy products made only with cow milk coming from local farms of its land, the so called “Murgia Barese”, which is a verdant area located in the south east of Apulia - Italy.
    Ignalat produces different kind of cheeses: fresh, smoked, ripe/mature, with a focus on several Apulian specialty cheeses like burrata cheese, naturally smoked burrata, frayed burrata (e.g. with black Italian truffle and chives), mozzarella knot, fiordilatte and mozzarella treccia, stracciatella, caciotta, caciocavallo, provolone etc. Ignalat produces also a fresh line of cheeses free from lactose.
    All cheeses are produced using Halal and microbial rennet not of animal origin. Caseificio Ignalat has always been sensitive to the matters of the food safety and of the quality of the production, of its products and of its productive process, and owns a quality control system in compliance with standards UNI EN ISO 9001:2015. The company is member of the Consortium for the production of Apulian PDO Mozzarella Cheeses of Gioia del Colle.

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    Our brand Ignalat is present in the best specialty stores (e.g. Eataly - all EU stores), gastronomies and food stores selling italian specialty cheese and food all across the Europe and in any extra EU markets.