We process our own Frisian goat cheese, cream cheese, Hummus or other fillings in all kinds of amuses, snacks, spreads, tapenades and/or pesto’s at De Molkerei. The goat cheese is seasoned with a secret herb at the mixing department, after which it is suitable to process as a tasty filling. From filled pepper and olives to salami-, ham- or salmon rolls. The production of our premium appetizers is done exclusively by dedicated women, every day.
The success of De Molkerei is due to the premium quality of our Frisian goat cheese delicacies. Delivering quality is central to our daily business and trade. That is also the case for our artisanal cheese department and at the production of our Mediterranean Specialties.
Our location in Sint Annaparochie is BRC Food and SKAL certificated.
The “BRC Global Standards” is a leading international standard at process level and in the field of food safety and quality. SKAL Biocontrol acts as an independent supervisor for demonstrable reliability of biological products in The Netherlands.
Every company that wants to produce, process, package, import, trade, export or store biological products must be SKAL certified for this.
De Molkerei and Enrico have been working together successfully in the field of the development of filled snacks and other delicacies since 2005. This intensive and exclusive partnership between De Molkerei and Enrico in the Benelux means that:
- De Molkerei and Enrico develop products like so called “tapas” and comparable snacks and delicacies together.
- De Molkerei concentrates and focuses on the production of these products.
- Enrico takes on marketing, sales and distribution in the Benelux, on an exclusive basis.
Roots in good food
At Enrico we want to give a fresh energy to the food landscape by creating fun, beautiful, trendy, eye-catching, refreshing, honest and above all tasty concepts.
“Our love for the goat, passion for taste and region are the motivation to produce the best, artisanal Frisian goat cheese. We want to interest more consumers for specialties made of goatmilk”