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La Baguette Cheese

This unique, unusually shaped cheese will delight fans of mild cheeses.

Available in 200g

Product description

La Baguette cheese is the same golden-brown colour as a warm French stick fresh from the oven with a creamy centre beneath its attractive rind. It will make the perfect addition to your cheeseboard or provide the ideal end to your meal.

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La Baguette Cheese

Local milk

Cooperative brand

Simple recipe

No artificial colourings

The shortest recipes are often the best ones.

  • Pasteurised cow's milk, salt (1.6%), lactic ferments
  • Milk produced by our farmers in Brittany and Pays de la Loire.
  • No colourings, artificial flavourings or preservatives.
281 Kcal / 1168 KJ
21 g
of which saturates
14 g
2 g
of which sugar
2 g
21 g
1,5 g

Manufacture Brie


  • Made in Ancenis
  • Keep between +2°C and +8°C
  • Sorting instruction: Wooden tray non-recyclable Cardboard and paper sleeve recyclable.

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La Baguette Cheese

Reasons you love it

Its lovely golden rind.
Its creamy texture and subtle flavour.
Its unique shape stands out on a cheeseboard.


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Your questions

Your questions about cheese Board Cheeses

Where are your Cheese Board Cheese manufactured?

Our Cheese Board Cheeses are produced at various production facilities, all located in Brittany and Pays-de-la-Loire. Paysan Breton Emmental is manufactured at our cheese dairy in Ploudaniel (Finistère), Label Rouge Brie and La Baguette Cheese are both produced in Ancenis (Loire-Atlantique). The Kergall Camembert is made in Pont-Scorff (Morbihan).   

Do Paysan Breton Cheese Board Cheeses contain any allergens?

The main ingredient of Paysan Breton Cheese Board Cheeses is cow's milk (Camembert Le Kergall, L’Emmental, Le Brie Label Rouge et le fromage La Baguette). 
They are therefore not suitable for anyone who is allergic to this type of milk.

How should I store Paysan Breton Cheese Board Cheeses?

Emmental: Store between 4°C and 8°C. To enjoy Paysan Breton Emmental at its best, we recommend you consume within 5 days from opening. To match our products to your consumption habits, Paysan Breton sells Emmental in a variety of sizes and formats: 220g or 350g block and 70g, 150g, 200g or 350g packets of grated cheese.

Label Rouge Brie: Store at between 2°C and 8°C

Le Kergall Camembert: Store at between 2°C and 6°C

La Baguette: Store at between 2°C and 8°C

What ingredients are used to make our Cheese Board Cheeses?

Paysan Breton Emmental contains pasteurised cow's milk, select lactic ferments and just the right dose of salt. 

Label Rouge Brie contains cow's milk, lactic ferments from milk, and salt.

La Baguette Cheese contains pasteurised cow's milk, salt and select lactic ferments. It also contains annatto, a plant-based food colouring. 

Le Kergall Camembert contains pasteurised cow's milk, salt (1.6%) and select lactic ferments.

What are the nutritional values of Paysan Breton Cheese Board Cheeses?

Emmental (block)

Per 100g: Energy: 1566kJ or 377kcal, Fat: 29g of which saturates: 19.5g, Carbohydrates: 2g of which sugars: 2g, Protein: 27g, Salt: 0.7g

Emmental (grated)

Per 100g: Energy: 1566 KJ or 377 kcal, Fat: 29 g of which saturates: 19.5 g, Carbohydrates: 2 g of which sugars: 2 g, Protein: 27 g, Salt: 0.9 g

Label Rouge Brie:

How should I consume Paysan Breton Cheese Board Cheeses?

Like other cheese board cheeses, Paysan Breton Cheeses can be eaten as they are straight from the packet, with or without bread, butter and green salad. 

They can also be used in a variety of ways in your cooking. For example, Paysan Breton Emmental can be used to make gratin toppings, either over potatoes or in soups. 

Paysan Breton offers hundreds of recipe ideas in the "Our recipes" section on our website.  Visit this section of the website should you need any culinary inspiration!