Pasteurized cow’s milk, salt, rennet
Caciocavallo, which means “cheese on horseback”, gets its name from the manner in which the cheese is always tied together in a rope and dangled over a wooden board to drain and age. An Italian type of pasta filata cheese made out cow’s milk, it is produced throughout Southern Italy. The history of Caciocavallo goes back to 500 BC when Hippocrates first mentioned the cleverness of the Greeks in making it.
“Imported from Italy”