Eremophila wrote:Kraft cheddar / Laughing Cow, Happy Cow or whatever it's marketed as these days.
They last forever. The Happy Cow is not too bad on crackers.
Stew63 wrote:Some things I've learnt recently...
1/. After further investigation the Australian Defence Forces ration pack 56gm canned cheese is actually not from NZ but made by the Bega Cheese company at their Strathmerton (Cobram, Victoria) processing factory and re-labelled as 'Bonland Dairies'.
2/. After contacting the Bega Cheese Marketing department they advise that they will export over 60million units of canned cheese around the world in 2017 (mostly middle east) - but they will not sell any to nor make any available to Australians
3/. No US websites contacted will sell the 200gm blue Bega canned cheese to Australians
4/. Note: From what I've read there is no Australian import restriction on importing this canned cheese back to Australia - so no issue bringing back in - but just no one will do it...
5/. Although this Bega tinned cheese will last in the can for years and years - the 250gm Kraft 'dairylea' boxed/packaged Kraft processed cheese off the supermarket shelf (not chiller) will last about 12months - so quite good for food drops etc.
Will they send it too ship it too?
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