Where can I buy The Laughing Cow?
The Laughing Cow Original and Light is widely available in major supermarkets: Asda, Co-Op, Morrisons, Sainsbury's, Tesco and Waitrose stores as well as their online websites, including Ocado.
The Laughing Cow Extra Light is widely available in major supermarkets but more likely to be found in larger stores.
The Laughing Cow Deli-Light flavours are available in all larger ASDA, Sainsbury's and Tesco stores.
Unfortunately we do not have specific store location information about The Laughing Cow's availability. If The Laughing Cow is not available in your local store, ask the customer desk if they could consider stocking this product.
Is the Laughing Cow suitable for vegetarians?
The following The Laughing Cow products are suitable for vegetarians: The Laughing Cow Extra Light, The Laughing Cow Deli-Light Blue Cheese and Tomato & Basil varieties.
Is The Laughing Cow suitable for vegans?
None of the Laughing Cow range of products are suitable for vegans as The Laughing Cow is a dairy product.
Is The Laughing Cow suitable for pregnant women?
The Laughing Cow is a pasteurised product, therefore it is suitable for consumption during pregnancy, as part of a balanced diet.
Does the Laughing Cow contain any gluten?
The Laughing Cow cheese does not contain any ingredient containing gluten. The Laughing Cow Cheez Dippers however contains breadsticks for dipping, the breadsticks are not gluten free.
How should I store The Laughing Cow?
The Laughing Cow texture and taste is at its best when its kept refrigerated, however due to high temperatures used during the production process The Laughing Cow has a long shelf life and is safe to consume when kept out of the fridge in a cool dry place.
What is the shelf life of The Laughing Cow once opened?
The Laughing Cow is available in convenient foil wrapped portions, so once a box is opened you can consume the portions up to the best before date on the back of pack. It's therefore great to keep as a staple product in your fridge.
Where is the Laughing Cow made?
The Laughing Cow is made in the beautiful Jura region of France, which is in the south east of France, where it has been produced since the 1920's.
What is the Laughing Cow made of?
The Laughing Cow is creamy and delicious because of its secret recipe that includes skimmed milk and a variety of cheeses (Cheddar, Gouda, Edam, Emmental, Comté ...) melted and blended a bit similar to a cheese fondue.
How much calcium does The Laughing Cow provide?
The Laughing Cow contains approx. 60mg of Calcium per triangle for Original and 80mg per triangle for Light and Extra Light; the recommended daily amount (RDA) for adults is 800mg or 550mg for children 5-10 years.
Why is there salt in cheese?
Cheese is a food traditionally salted during its production. Even artisan cheeses add salt. This is for:
- Food Safety properties: salt helps to prevent the development of harmful bacteria
- Flavour and texture: Salt helps to control the growth of bacteria used to develop the flavour and texture of the cheese.
- Taste: The salt acts as a flavour enhancer.
The Laughing Cow is creamy and delicious because of its secret recipe that includes a variety of cheeses (Cheddar, Gouda, Edam, Emmental, Comté ...), melted and blended. Salt from these cheeses is therefore also present in the final ingredients analysis. We only add salt to The Laughing Cow recipe very occasionally to ensure the flavour is the same in cases the blend of cheeses used requires it.
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