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TOR resident to launch production of Italian cheeses in Primorye

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The company "Case in the cheese", which is a resident of the Tor "Nadezhdinskaya", will establish in Primorye the production of premium-class cheese using Italian technologies. The company will invest more 14 million rubles.

The resident studied the world experience in cheese production and sent specialists to study in Italy at a company with a history of cheese making for more than 200 years. The future cheese makers returned with training certificates and Italian recipes. According to the company's general director Alexander Isakov, next year the company plans to enter the local market with a line of Italian craft cheeses of the premium segment. The products will first of all be delivered to the company store in the shop-cafe format, where buyers can purchase goods and taste Italian cheese-based dishes.

According to the press service of the Ministry of Eastern Development, in the near future, the company expects to receive a lease of land area of ​​at least 3800 square. meters, to begin the construction of industrial buildings and special storage with a certain temperature and humidity. At the end of the year, the company will purchase vehicles and equipment, begin installation and commissioning.

At the initial stage, the enterprise will process 300 liters of cow milk in one shift. The monthly production capacity of the cheese factory will be 750 kg of cheese and 1 200 liters of natural yogurt. In the future, the resident plans to increase the volume of milk processing to one thousand liters per day and produce up to two thousand kg of cheese. He also intends to organize excursions to the factory, conduct seminars and open lessons on cheese making.

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