FAQ’s

Toggle FAQ How is Darigold's naturally white cheddar made?

Darigold’s naturally white cheddar is hand-selected and crafted by its master cheese maker in Darigold’s Sunnyside, Washington plant with farm-fresh milk that’s produced near the plant. Darigold uses a five-step process that sets its naturally white cheddar cheese apart from other cheddar cheeses. Be sure to check out "About White Cheddar" on this site for more information.

Toggle FAQ What forms is the cheese available in?

Darigold’s naturally white cheddar is available in four forms: wedges, blocks, slices and convenient shreds. The wedges are a perfect addition to an artisan cheese plate.

• The 24oz (1.5lb) loaf is available in medium cheddar, sharp cheddar and extra sharp cheddar(coming soon).

• The 12oz wedges, perfect for a cheese plate, are available in medium cheddar, sharp cheddar and extra sharp cheddar (coming soon).

• The 8oz shreds, packaged in a stand-up pouch, are available in medium cheddar, sharp cheddar, extra sharp cheddar (coming soon), and Mexican 4-cheese.

• The 8oz slices are available in medium cheddar and sharp cheddar. 

Toggle FAQ What kind of rennet is used to make Darigold Naturally White Cheddar?

Darigold uses a microbial based enzyme to make our naturally white cheddar.  The enzyme coagulates the milk, which is then cut into curds and whey. 

Toggle FAQ What makes Darigold's naturally white cheddar different from other cheddars on the market?

Darigold's naturally white cheddar is hand-selected and crafted by Darigold’s cheese maker. Each batch is taste-tested to ensure it’s reached the right sharpness and flavor profile. It's free of dyes and artificial colors, making it naturally delicious. If milk is white, why isn't your cheddar cheese? The cheese is also available as a wedge— the perfect addition to an artisan cheese plate.

Toggle FAQ Where can I buy the cheese?

Darigold Cheese is available at most fine retailers in the Pacific Northwest.

Toggle FAQ Where is the cheese made?

The cheese is made by Darigold’s master cheese maker at Darigold’s Sunnyside, Washington plant with quality milk that’s produced near the plant.

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