The PETIT SUISSE, as its name implies, is a small cheese packaged in containers usually cylindrically shaped.
It is a fresh cheese of French origin, soft, creamy and add sugar, cream, flavorings and dyes to make it more palatable.
PETIT SUISSE Cheese Freshness:
When you go to buy the product to the supermarket you should take into account,
- Observe that the refrigerator where the product is being exhibited is operating properly (which is cooling).
- Observe the expiration date of the product or its expiration time, which is not covered, altered, or Retreaded.
Choose the product with date as far as Possible.
- Check packaging, which is in optimal condition, not immersed, damaged or Beaten. Neither with broken or discarded labels.
- Check that the gasket is not inflated (blown), because this indicates that the product is already decomposing.
- Buy the product, at the end of the market, so that the “cold chain” is not interrupted.
For dessert. For the children’s lunchboxes.
PETIT SUISSE Cheese Storage:
It must be kept refrigerated.
Its refrigerated life, 8-10 days without uncovering and depending on the time that is on the expiration date or the expiration of the product and the care taken in its manufacture and in the preservation, both of the distributor and the consumer.
Keep dairy products away from meat, fish, vegetables and fruits in the refrigerator to avoid “cross-contamination”.
It must be remembered that the “useful life” time of the product depends on its freshness at the time of purchase and its subsequent storage and conservation.
8-10 without uncovering. Bal Date. Approx.
Nutrients and properties:
It must be remembered that the useful life of the product depends on the freshness at the time of its purchase and its subsequent storage and conservation.
Periodically check the status of the product to be able to consume it in time.