Published September 28, 2006
by ICON Group International, Inc. .
Written in English
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The production of process cheese increased about 60 percent from to (fig. 3), and output of process cheese foods, spreads, and cold pack about doubled 2/ Natural equivalent is the pounds of natural cheese used to produce cheese proces- sed products. There is approximately pound of natural cheese in 1 pound of process cheese . Cheddar was the best-selling cheese variety in the United States, accounting for percent of all cheese volume sales in Cream cheese and mozzarella rounded off the leading . Cheese is a vital source of nutrition in many regions of the world, and it is part of a rich cultural tradition in some countries. The world's single largest cheese producer is the US, while Europe as a whole . The texture of processed cheese is affected by many factors. These include the quality of the raw cheese to be processed, emulsifying salts, water, temperature, agitation, duration of processing.
goat cheese products, and half-fat and reduced fat cheeses. Europe and the United States lead the global cheese market, by consumption. However, with consumption levels for cheese in such developed markets nearing saturation, the focus of the global cheese . Process cheese was invented in , in Switzerland, by Walter Gerber and Fritz Stettler of Gerber and Co. who melted Swiss cheese using sodium citrate as the emulsifying salt to produce a smooth, homogeneous product. A few years later, in the United States, the development of process cheese . This chapter discusses processed cheese. Pasteurized Process Cheese Products (PCPs) are cheese-based foods produced by comminuting, blending, and melting one or more natural cheeses . 40+ items Processed Cheese in the United States. We're Leprino Foods Company - the leading producer of mozzarella cheese and related whey & lactose products in the USA. Kapphahn Krafts .
Today, USDA estimates that at least one-third of all cheese made in the United States (excluding soft, unripened cheese) is marketed as process cheese. Cheddar is the most common cheese used to produce process cheese. Processed cheese comes to the forefront. Ross Christieson. Ross Christieson is senior vice president of market research and analysis for the U.S. Dairy Export Council. He contributes this column exclusively for Cheese Market News®. Outside of Europe and the United States, processed cheese is the most-consumed cheese . Synopsis In this report, the United States Processed Cheese market is valued at USD XX million in and is expected to reach USD XX million by the end of , growing at a CAGR of XX% between and Geographically, this report splits the United States . Nonetheless, processed cheese grabs a cool 47% share in drug stores, while imitation cheese wins out in supermarkets with a % share. Plus, as consumers’ wallets have tightened, so have their eating-out habits, says Mark Korsmeyer, president of Dairy Food Products .