Emmi Roth Introduces New Flavored Cheeses Made for Hosting

January 20, 2023 Emmi Roth

Emmi Roth, a leading provider of specialty cheese, has launched new cheeses under several of its popular brands, each developed with entertaining top of mind. With flavored specialty cheeses up 29 percent since 2019[1], new Roth® Tomato Basil Havarti, Roth® French Onion Havarti and Emmi Beer Fondue will add even more options for consumers looking for unique cheeses.

Emmi Roth Breaks Ground on New Headquarters and Cheese Conversion Facility

August 1, 2022 Emmi Roth

Emmi Roth, an industry-leading cheesemaker, is breaking ground on its new headquarters and cheese conversion facility, located at 1800 Williams Drive in Stoughton, Wisconsin. The site will add conversion capabilities, increase distribution capacity, and add 100 new local jobs. An official groundbreaking ceremony will be held Thursday, August 4.

Emmi Roth Expands Its Range of Specialty Cheeses With Addition of Athenos

December 8, 2021 Emmi Roth

Emmi Roth confirmed that it has completed the transfer of the Athenos business, expanding its range of specialty cheeses in the U.S. This follows the completion of the purchase of the Athenos business from the U.S. affiliate of Groupe Lactalis after the sale of the natural, specialty, and certain other cheese businesses from The Kraft Heinz Company on November 29, 2021.

Emmi Roth to Acquire Athenos, Expand Specialty Cheese Offerings in the U.S.

September 2, 2021 Emmi Roth

Emmi Roth, in partnership with Emmi Group, has acquired Athenos, which includes the No 1 feta in the U.S. The acquisition from the Lactalis Group expands Emmi Roth’s business and product offerings, strengthening the company’s long-standing dedication to the specialty cheese industry. Athenos complements the extensive range of Emmi Roth’s high quality locally produced and imported specialty cheeses in the U.S.

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Emmi Roth Celebrates National Dairy Month With a Donation to the Adopt-a-Dairy-Cow Program

July 7, 2021 Emmi Roth

In honor of National Dairy Month in June, Wisconsin-based cheesemaker Emmi Roth donated $5,000 to the Adopt-a-Dairy-Cow program in support of Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin. Joining the ongoing fight to end food insecurity in Southern Wisconsin, Emmi Roth’s contribution will help provide a rarely donated, nutrient-rich product to those in need: milk.