Cheese curds now available at UDairy Creamery
August 06, 2019
More cheese products to be released in the fall
The University of Delaware's UDairy Creamery now produces and sells cheese. At the Newark and Wilmington locations, the student-run organization is offering cheese curds in plain, ranch or Old Bay flavors for 80 cents per ounce.
More cheese products will be released starting in the fall.
Cheese and other products will be processed in the UD's new, 3,600-square-foot Charles A. Genuardi '70 and Patricia Genuardi Food Innovation Laboratory. This new research and innovation space includes equipment for UDairy Creamery dairy processing and cheese production, as well as a student test kitchen. This facility will allow students to learn entrepreneurial and food production skills that will carry them from the classroom to a multitude of career opportunities beyond the University.
About UDairy Creamery
As a non-profit business, UDairy Creamery was founded in 2011 on science, sustainability and entrepreneurship with students involved in every aspect of making and selling ice cream, all the way from the “cow to the cone.” Products are made with the milk from the cows at the University of Delaware's farm in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. For further information, please visit: https://canr.udel.edu/udairycreamery/cheese