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Atalanta Launches Snowdonia Cheese Company’s Truffle Trove


Elizabeth, New Jersey-based Atalanta has announced that the cheese producer Snowdonia Cheese Company is expanding its range of cheeses with the Truffle Trove.

Inspired by the forests of the Italian countryside and the greenery of North Wales, this combination of Italian Black Summer truffles and extra mature cheddar is an exciting new addition to Atalanta’s offerings.  

Taste-tested and graded by the Snowdonia Cheese experts and enrobed in white wax, this extra aged cheddar has a distinctive aroma with balanced flavor. Milder than its winter variety, the Italian Black Summer truffle presents undertones of mushroom, hazelnut and garlic.

“We’re very excited for the U.S. launch of Truffle Trove,” said Katie Baldwin, Atalanta brand marketing manager. “Snowdonia has so many beloved, award-winning flavored cheeses that can completely transform any occasion. This new truffle has a special umami flavor that can’t be missed.” 

Black Summer truffles have grown for centuries among Italy’s Holm oaks and hazelnut woods. Snowdonia’s latest flavorful cheese is a testament to its passion, determination and mastery of protected techniques that have been passed down through the generations.  

Snowdonia Cheese Company, a family business run by the sons of third-generation dairy farmers in North Wales, produces a range of award-winning, handcrafted cheeses, including the Black Bomber extra mature Cheddar and the Red Storm vintage Red Leicester.

For more information, visit atalantacorp.com or snowdoniacheese.co.uk

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