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Old 08-10-2012, 04:34 PM   #21
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It just says Jarlsberg-Original, Tine, Norway. The moisture is 45%, fat is 27%. TL, is the sliced stuff you got the same? Sorry I can't be more helpful.
Yup. But it also says "made by Tine SA, Oslo, Norway". Tine must be the brand name.
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Old 08-10-2012, 04:47 PM   #22
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Will be on the lookout! Thanks, ladies!
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Old 08-10-2012, 04:53 PM   #23
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Yup. But it also says "made by Tine SA, Oslo, Norway". Tine must be the brand name.
Your wrapper has more information--mine just says Tine, and under that, Norway. Interesting. DL, I didn't include the french that was on the wrapper (bought it in PQ).
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Jarlsburg is on the grocery list. Gotta try it!
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Your wrapper has more information--mine just says Tine, and under that, Norway. Interesting. DL, I didn't include the french that was on the wrapper (bought it in PQ).
Yeah, well, including the French would have been excess typing and I don't think anyone on DC reads French better than English, with the possible exception of Rocklobster, and his English is danged good.
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Old 08-10-2012, 05:01 PM   #26
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I figured in the US the French would not appear on the wrapper, that's just for PQ <g>.
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I didn't know going to Costco was on today's Agenda. The DxW doesn't always clue me in too far in advance of anything for reasons too numerous to mention. It's a good thing I like Surprises. Anyway, I picked up a 2 + pound Surprise at Costco - Says the same thing as everyone else's label = Jarlsberg / Tine Norway. The rest of the label is in English only/ no French. And I think Minnesota was founded by French missionaries ( after the Native Americans, that is) followed by a lot of Scandanavians. Now I almost feel cheated on Historical Labelinng Practices. Later on in the day, I picked up a loaf of St Agnes Sourdough made in St Paul. I guess that makes things ok again.
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Old 08-10-2012, 08:43 PM   #28
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What's the brand name, CWS? This sounds like a good sub for Gruyere, which is almost impossible to find around here.
Here is what the packaging logo looks like, this is the only brand that I have ever seen.

It is sooo good, and very easy to find here.

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Yep BakeChef. That's the label all right. Same in every grocery store here. If they are everywhere, maybe they are bigger than Kraft. Who knew.
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Old 08-10-2012, 09:10 PM   #30
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Well, it would seem that all Jarlsberg cheese has that branding...

Jarlsberg.com | frontpage

Jarlsberg cheese - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Duh--it would seem that if it is Jarlsberg, it has to come from Tine, Norway, otherwise it isn't true Jarlsberg. I was surprised that it is the #3 export from Norway.
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