Nazareth cheese

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Country of origin Belgium
Region, town Nazareth
Region Manufactured in West Flanders
(originally from East Flanders)
Source of milk Cows
Pasteurised Yes
Texture Hard
Fat content 45%

Nazareth cheese, named after Nazareth, the village where it originated, is a Belgian hard cheese.

It is now manufactured by Belgomilk, which is part of the Milcobel group.[1] The cheese, which can be identified by its dark brown rind, has a mildly subtle flavour.[2]

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