Auricchio

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Auricchio
Private
Industry Dairy products
Founded 1877
Founder Gennaro Auricchio
Headquarters Cremona, Italy
Products Cheese
Owner Auricchio family
Number of employees
350
Website Auricchio.it

Auricchio is an Italian cheese-making company, based in Cremona.

History[edit]

Founded in 1877 at San Giuseppe Vesuviano in the province of Naples, Gennaro Auricchio was the creator of a special rennet to produce provolone.

By the 1880s it was exporting cheese to the United States, for stocking in Little Italy's shops. This growth created need for new facilities, with a dairy added in Cremona before 1900.

Modern production[edit]

Today, Auricchio also has plants in:

Products[edit]

The company is the largest producer of provolone cheese in Italy, and offers a significant range of dairy products:

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