We love Organic Valley for their dedication to organic milk and milk products. Now they’ve brought us Stringles, a family’s ultimate on-the-go snack. Keeping true to their guarantee, their string cheese is made from organic milk from pasteurized cows. A great source of calcium and protein, Stringles are a “valley” of deliciousness that all snackers can feel good about.
From the Mouth of a Kid:
It’s so much fun to pull apart and eat!
From the Eyes of a Parent:
Organic Valley Stringles are the perfect portion for my family of snackers. They come in one ounce sticks that are the right size for a lunch box, backpack, purse, or for any on-the-go eating. Stringles are different from the average string cheese because not only are they organic, but they contain calcium and protein, making them healthful AND delicious.
Organic Valley Stringles come in three different cheeses:
- Colby Jack
- Mild Cheddar
The Icing on the Cake:
Stringles are USDA Organic and are made from organic milk from pasteurized cows.
They contain calcium, protein and Vitamin A.
They come in a 6 pack of 1 oz. sticks of stringles and a 24 pack of 10 oz. sticks.
Stringles remain fresh until the expiration date on the package. They can be eaten 3-5 days after opening and can be frozen for up to two months.
Time to Eat?!
As a snack or cheesy, healthful side to lunch or dinner.
Good to Go?
Yes! Organic Valley Stringles are individually wrapped and ready to be taken on-the-go.
Mix It Up!
Use Organic Valley Stringles in your favorite cheesy recipe like vegetable calzone!
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