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Let In The Goodness with Arla Cheesy Spread

Almost every one I know loves cheese. Who doesn't?

From breakfast, snacks, or that favorite pasta dish that we pile up with cheese, kids and adults definitely love cheese. We buy them at the grocery, or the sari-sari store. Yes, that's how popular the cheese is.


I also recall breakfast mornings with my parents- that glass or warm milk paired with hot pandesal and cheese.  Happy family memories. :)

Our local cheese, or what we call "quesong puti" is also favored although it is becoming rare nowadays since dairy farmers in the country are not that plenty anymore.

Luckily, Arla Cheesy Spread is now in Manila. It tastes like our very own quesong puti except for its soft and creamy texture.

Arla Foods is known for producing the world's best milk, and making dairy products with no harmful preservatives. The cheesy spread is made from 90% milk so it tastes delicious. Coloring is also a no-no so that when you compare Arla Cheesy Spread with the other cheese spreads, they really look different.




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