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It's time to get melting again!

Potatoes with raclette, bread with fondue – why do we always use the same ingredients? If we take a look at what people do abroad, we have plenty of room for imagination. Plus, we reveal what good raclette cheese has got to do with a ball of wool.

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It's time to get melting again!

Potatoes with raclette, bread with fondue – why do we always use the same ingredients? If we take a look at what people do abroad, we have plenty of room for imagination. Plus, we reveal what good raclette cheese has got to do with a ball of wool.

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How did yogurt find its way into a pot?

A yogurt for breakfast, as a snack or as dessert in the evening: Yogurt is now a part of everyday life. But on closer inspection, this foodstuff is actually something quite special – soured milk. It is amazing that yogurt was made long before fridges were invented.

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How did yogurt find its way into a pot?

A yogurt for breakfast, as a snack or as dessert in the evening: Yogurt is now a part of everyday life. But on closer inspection, this foodstuff is actually something quite special – soured milk. It is amazing that yogurt was made long before fridges were invented.

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Why is soft cheese soft and hard cheese hard?

Cheese that is stored for a long time is hard, whereas a short storage period means soft cheese, right? Wrong. Whether a cheese is hard, semi-hard or soft is all about heat, chunks and the specialist term synaeresis. This sounds complicated, but it’s actually quite simple.

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Super fit through the summer

If you're still carrying that little bit of extra winter weight, it’s high time to take action.

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How white is milk?

That pure, white-as-snow colour of milk is nothing but an optical illusion.

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Vitamin K is a lot more important than we think

The sometimes forgotten vitamin not only controls blood coagulation, but also activates new bone formation.

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Vitamin D – the “sunshine” vitamin ...

... plays an important role in strengthening our bones and muscles. Vitamin D is the only vitamin our bodies can produce themselves. To do so, our skin needs direct exposure to the sun’s UVB rays.

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Special product information

This page has specific nutritional information all about the Emmi product range.

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A balanced diet is an important part of a healthy and active lifestyle.

Brigitte Christen-Hess
Nutritionist SVDE and BSc in Nutrition and Dietetics

Questions on nutrition

We are happy to advise you on nutritional matters relating to Emmi products on Thursdays between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m

+41 58 227 52 55
ernährungsinfo@emmi.com

Do you have general questions about Emmi products?

On our Consumer Services page you will find a set of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) put together especially for you