Collection: Cold Pack Cheese Spreads

Cold Pack is made by blending cuts of Grade A–Wisconsin State Brand–Natural Cheddar, aged nine months, with cream and other dairy ingredients. These components are processed until a smooth texture is achieved. Herbs, spices or nuts are added to create our award-winning flavors. Cold Pack Cheese Food, the official name, signifies that the product is made without the aid of heat. It remains as similar as possible to natural cuts of cheese but with the advantage of being in a convenient spreadable form. It’s a good source of Protein, Calcium, and Phosphorus. Sometimes called Club Cheese, the first Cold Pack was made in the early 20th century. In those early days, it was served in stoneware crocks as an appetizer at supper clubs and taverns in Wisconsin.