Translated from Italy: Grana- “grain”, Padano – the geographical area of the producer – is Italian hard boiled pressed cheese of slow ripening (from 9 to 24 months) from cow’s milk. In its consistency and taste, it looks like parmesan.
Grana Padano is a harmonious cheese, not too salty, not too soft, spicy, very rich in protein. A slice of such a slightly oily, crumbly and grainy cheese melts in your mouth, leaving delicate shades of light nutty and fruity flavors. It works wonderfully in combination with nuts, honey, pear and grapes, with dry red wine, and is also used for dressing pasta, in salads, etc.
50 g of product provide 60% of the daily calcium requirement for an adult. It is rich in vitamins A, B 1, B 2, C.