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Happy Cow Products at Kapruka

Owned by Woerle Happy Cow is a Worldwide famous brand that is well known for triangles and slices of processed cheese...
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About the brand Happy Cow at Kapruka

Owned by Woerle Happy Cow is a Worldwide famous brand that is well known for triangles and slices of processed cheese.

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ARE HAPPY COW SLICES PROCESSED CHEESE?
Triangles or slices of processed cheese by WOERLE are manufactured from various kinds of high-quality natural cheese and, thanks to their large variety, ensure perfect enjoyment for all tastes. Happy Cow cheese triangles are especially soft and creamy and produced from the finest ingredients.
WHAT IS HAPPY COW CHEESE?
Happy Cow Cheese is a creamy cheese made of pasteurised cow`s milk. Various kinds of Happy Cow cream cheese are produced from fresh milk of the day, using gentle procedures; they are characterised by their smooth texture and fresh, mild and creamy taste.
WHAT IS THE HISTORY OF HAPPY COW CHEESE?
Happy Cow Cheese is manufactured by Woerle?s. The origins of Woerle`s gourmet cheesemaking traditions can be traced back to visionary cheesemaker Johann Baptist Woerle. Around 1870, he began a search to find the ideal conditions for Emmentaler cheese production. Based on the Purity Law of 1889, 125 years of cheese craftsmanship were set to begin as Johann Baptist Woerle established the first Emmentaler cheese enterprise. He knew that the key to making the best cheese was using the best milk, which only cows with a proper diet can produce. WOERLE cheese specialities are produced from valuable, GMO-free hay milk.
WHAT IS THE ORIGIN OF WOERLE CHEESE FACTORY, THE MANUFACTURER OF HAPPY COW CHEESE?
A look back into the second half of the 19th century: The dairy industry was just being discovered in Germany`s Allgäu region, as was the art of cheesemaking. By 1874, master cheese crafter Johann Baptist Woerle, who was born in Allgäu, had already registered a commercial cheese enterprise in Rosenheim, Germany. Sales opportunities, however, were limited. As a result, Woerle decided to emigrate to a region where he could more fully devote himself to his passion for cheesemaking in peace. Along with his wife, Marie, he moved from Allgäu to Flachgau near Salzburg. Here, Woerle found a landscape similar to Allgäu, with gentle pastures and meadows, providing ideal conditions for dairy cattle and cheese production.
WHAT IS THE STATUS OF WOERLE FACTORY TODAY?
The success continues. Today, Woerle is pleased to be one of Austria`s largest and most modern private cheese enterprises. Internationally oriented, Woerle`s cheese specialities are not just a domestic favourite, but are enjoyed with increasing popularity in over 70 countries around the world.