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About Production process
Halloumi cheese is often made from sheep and goat milk and flavoured with mint. It can also be produced from a blend of sheep, goat and cow milk. It is made of pressed curd that is the result of the curdling of milk with rennet, for the formation of coagulated casein. The curd is cooked, salted and flavoured with mint. It is then shaped in the traditional folded shape and stored in its natural juices with salt and water. The traditional fine Halloumi contains no preservatives and the milk is not pasteurized. Any change in its components, the milk origin for example, results in a change in taste.