Cambozola was patented and industrially produced for the world market by the large German company Hofmeister-Champignon. The Cheese was invented circa 1980 and is still produced by Champignon. In English-speaking countries, Cambozola is often marketed as blue brie.

Butchers Tip

Store Cheese in a refrigerator drawer. Avoid storing in the door, where it is vulnerable to temperature swings. Wrap hard cheeses in waxed paper, then store them in a zip-top plastic bag to preserve quality. Remember to let Cheese get to room temperature before using.

Please Note

The order value & weights are approximate, we cut all our weighed products by hand and the weights may vary. All meat prices were correct at the time of printing, but are subject to market prices and may change without notice.


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creamy soft Cheese with blue precious cultures, pasteurized Milk, Cream, salt, microbial rennet, Milk, lactic cultures, ripening cultures