The cheese is sold, most usually, in small containers in the form of a topless pyramid, each of 150 g. It can be eaten all round the year and is recommended for eating with salads, but can also be used with any meal as a form of cheese spread.
It is also delicious served on a plate with Acacia honey poured over it and eaten with a cone shaped corn snack available in Belgium. This was passed on by relatives living in Belgium.
Chavroux was launched in 1985 and is manufactured in a small factory that employs approximately 200 people, making the plant the leading employer in the village of Réparsac, some 11 km (6.8 mi) from Cognac.
The business is owned by Bongrain, a producer of a wide range of specialist cheeses and France's second largest cheese producer overall.
- Presentation of the Chavroux brand (in French)
- Chavroux.be Chavroux Belgian website (in Dutch/Flemish or French)
- Qui veut du Fromage, Apparently commercial website providing more than 400 recipes using cheese (in French)
- Bongrain, Official international website of the manufacturer
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