Organic Cheese

What is organic?
Basically, anything that grows and lives is organic. So-called organic products come from nature and resource preserving and controlled ecological cultivation. Recently, the term "ecological" is becoming more common for these products. "Ecology" refers to the science of  the relationship between life forms and the environment.

What is the difference between organic and ecological?

There are many opinions on this topic.  However, the terms "organic" ("biological") and "ecological" are to be seen as equal according to the EC Ecology Regulation No. 1935 Art. 2 of 06.22.1995. The regulation specifies when products can be marked as organic or ecological. For this, a standardized label has been developed by the EU. It is based on the EU logo for origin protection. Its use is optional.

How is organic cheese different from "regular" cheese?

  1. through the production of milk
  2. through the processing of milk
  3. through its inspection
  4. through its price

You may find specified information in our CASEUS DOMUS catalogue, on page 28.

We support food retailers' traditional cheese counters, with many sales clerks for the organic cheese on offer. Feel free to speak to us.

Bio Altbierkäse

(3,8 kg / 50 % Fett i. Tr.)

Art. Nr. 14-4081

Bio Weissbierkäse

(3,8 kg / 50 % Fett i. Tr.)

Art. Nr. 14-4085

Bio Blaue Kornblume

(1,5 kg / 60 % Fett i. Tr.)

Art. Nr. 50-3592

Bio Moser aux Noix

(125g / 50 % Fett i. Tr.)

Art. Nr. 58-1073


(350 g / 50 % Fett i. Tr.)

Art. Nr. 59-0531

Organic certificate