Alouette cheese

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Alouette is an American brand of French-style cheeses produced by the French company Bongrain SA.


The Alouette Cheese products are: Soft Spreadable Cheese, Crème de Brie, Baby Brie, Crème Fraîche, Elégante, and Crumbled Cheese.[1] Sold throughout the US, its most popular variety is the Crème de Brie, which is spreadable Brie Cheese without the rind.


Two versions of a radio ad for Alouette cheese were run in 2003, using the song Alouette. They were only heard on WNEW-FM in New York.


On October 15, 2012 Alouette cheese was used for the Master Holiday Chef Challenge. It required 14 top chefs to compete in a holiday recipe challenge. They are required to make extravagant holiday meals that are inspired by their locality. Consumers were able to vote for their favorite chefs and recipes online.[2] On the date of February 16, Alouette started to produce new kinds of spreadable cheddars to sell. The new flavors were Sharp Cheddar Cheese and Bacon Cheddar Cheese that come in 6 ounce containers. They are made with Grade A milk and 12 month-aged cheese. They are Kosher certified and gluten-free.[3]


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