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Light to pale yellow with tiny holes
Buttery, mild yet tangy
Melts best when shredded
Never underestimate Havarti. Light to pale yellow in color, smooth and buttery on the surface, Havarti has a hidden intensity that makes it a favorite for both entertaining and cooking.

Try Havarti shredded over salads, sliced in sandwiches, or paired with roasted red peppers and olives. For a twist, pick up one of the many popular flavored varieties of Havarti - like garlic and herb, jalapeno, dill or caraway.

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Lesser-oaked Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, light-bodied Pinot Noir, sparkling water | Pears, red grapes, roasted red peppers, olives | Almonds | Rye bread and bread sticks
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American-made Havarti can trace its roots to the Havarti farm in Denmark. In the mid 1800's, a Danish farmer's wife set out on a worldwide expedition to learn the finer points of cheesemaking. Her education culminated with a delectable new addition to the world of cheese.
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