Monti Trentini is a third-generation family cheese producer in the Trentino/Veneto region of Italy. Established in 1925 in the Dolomites mountains, this traditional producer makes some of the best well know cheeses from the region. Including an Asiago DOP, a Grana Padano DOP, Provolone Valpadana DOP, Lagorai, Malghe di Vezzena, just to name a few. These name-protected cheeses are made under strict quality control standards and in this way maintain the culinary heritage of the region.
They have a firm commitment to environmental stewardship. They protect the local community of farmers and the mountain environment, by sourcing only locally. The company ethos is to keep the old traditional processes and rules while integrating technology that would allow them to become more environmentally friendly. The dairy has sustainable practices like the production of their own electricity and recycling the thermal energy produced by their cold storage, as well as operating a purification plant to reduce the amount of waste sludge. Another integral part of the business and a way to maintain the family’s heritage in the area, is to continue to use a production facility in the town of Enego with milk from cows living and grazing in the Sette Comuni plateau.
You can find their cheeses in many U.S. stores and supermarkets.
Learn more about Monti Trentini cheeses and history
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