Organic Valley Mozzarella Cheese Stringles (18 ct.)
About this item
- Mozzarella string cheese
- Each stick is 1 oz.
- Organic string cheese is made with pasture-raised, 100% USDA Certified organic cow's milk
- Healthy and convenient snack
Organic Valley Mozzarella Stringles (18 ct.) are a convenient and healthy snack. Keep some on hand to keep hunger at bay all day long. Kids and adults alike can enjoy the simple, delicious flavor of the organic string cheese.
Is the Organic Valley Mozzarella String Cheese Good for Lunches?
Organic Valley Mozzarella Stringles are perfect for packing into lunch boxes, coolers, backpacks and so much more. They're individually wrapped and are super easy to toss in as you prepare the rest of your take-along meal. Tuck one into your child's lunch and rest assured that he or she will have a yummy, protein-filled snack waiting when hunger strikes. Keep a package of the mozzarella string cheese in your refrigerator at all times, so your kids can have an easy, go-to treat waiting for them when they get home from school. If you're planning a picnic, pack several into a basket along with some fresh grapes and apples, a loaf of artisan bread and your favorite beverages for a tasty day of relaxation and refreshment.
A Food You Can Feel Good About Feeding Your Family
Organic Valley Mozzarella Stringles are made with pasture-raised, USDA Certified organic cow's milk. The healthy snack is a good source of protein for your growing family. The mozzarella string cheese is made without the use of synthetic hormones, antibiotics, pesticides and GMOs, so you can always feel great about feeding it to those you care the most about.
Who Makes this Organic String Cheese?
At Organic Valley, honesty and simplicity are what's important. The company grows its produce organically, and cheese is made by artisans who have great respect for the environment and for the animals used in production. Organic Valley is owned and run by the farmers who grow the food, care for the animals and craft the cheese, so the focus is on what's best for the farms, the families who eat the products and the food itself.