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Attentive to the variety of tastes and changing uses and lifestyles, Savencia Fromage & Dairy constantly reinventing cheese to satisfy consumers in all their diversity and adapts to local tastes and customs.


Cheese consumption is international and includes the universal expectations of enjoyment, nutrition and practicality. The desire for variety and the diverse ways in which cheese can be consumed are major components in its demand, and change in step with lifestyles. For example, the simplification of everyday meals has led to increased demand for products that are easy to cook and use. In the same way, the increase in the trend for snacking has been a growth factor for cheese.



    Cheese consumption changes significantly from one country to another, in terms of the quantity and way it is eaten, based on the relative strength of the cheese-eating culture.
    In France, the country with the highest consumption, it is eaten every day at lunchtime and in the evening, traditionally at the end of the meal, but now also as fast food or as a main course, in the form of raclette, for example.


    In northern and central Europe, cheese is mostly eaten on bread, or as a spread, and is often used as an ingredient in cooking. In Germany, the traditional dinner consists of cheese spread on bread and cold meats (known as “Abendbrot”). This means that cheese consumption is very diverse, including hard, soft, fresh and processed cheeses.



    Italians mainly value cheese as an essential culinary ingredient to dishes such as pasta and pizza. In the USA, cheese is mainly eaten outside the home as fast food, in burgers or on pizzas.


  • Calcium: an  essential mineral for the body, it is a key element for strengthening the skeleton and maintaining bone capital throughout life.

  • PhosphorousWhen combined with calcium, it plays a role in the formation of bones and teeth, and also helps produce and store the energy the body needs.

  • Proteins: these are the body’s building blocks. They play a role in the construction and maintenance of tissue. Of the amino acids that make it up, eight are exclusively provided by certain foodstuffs, including dairy products.

  • Vitamin A: also known as retinol, it is essential for eyesight and necessary for healthy skin and mucous membranes. It also plays a part in growth and preventing ageing.

  • Vitamin B2: this promotes the conversion of nutrients into energy. Dairy products are the main source of vitamin B2.

  • Vitamin B12: this lowers stress and fatigue, and plays a role in the manufacturing of protein and cell multiplication.


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