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  • Antibiotics
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Sierra Nevada Cheese Company
Willows, California

530-934-8660

Cows’ Milk Dairy Products

USDA Organic All products listed are available in retail units as well as bulk food-service sizes and locally made with pride in Northern California.

Sierra Natural Jack Cheese

  • Traditional
  • Garlic & Herbs
  • Smokehouse
  • Habanero
These award-winning cheeses have a buttery smooth texture and are available in an array of flavors: Traditional, Garlic & Herbs, Smokehouse, and our ever-popular Habanero. We source milk for Sierra Natural Jacks from local farmers who guarantee it is free of rBST, rBGH, and any other synthetic hormones as well as any antibiotics. Custom flavors are also available to be manufactured for the gourmet industry. 
  • Available in 6 oz. wedge, 6 lb. wheel and larger bulk sizes.
  • Please contact us for details

Gina Marie Cream Cheese

Gina Marie Cream Cheese has a cult following for its lighter, fluffier texture and fresh, creamy flavor.

  • Available in 8 oz., 2.5 lb, and 5 lb chubs.

Natural Cream Cheese

  • Farmhouse Natural Original
  • Farmhouse Natural Garlic
Made with only milk & cream and sea salt (NO GUMS OR FILLERS), this Best of Show award-winning cheese is vat-cultured, drained in muslin bags, and hand-rotated to produce a unique flavor & texture that you’ll find delightfully addictive!

  • Available in 8 oz., 2.5 lb, and 5 lb chubs.

Wholesome and Natural

Sierra Nevada Cheese Company strives to bring you the best products free from artificial ingredients or hormones. Our organic dairy partners achieve American Humane Association animal welfare standards.

Contact Us to find out more about our award-winning products and the healthful benefits from using natural and wholesome ingredients.

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