In June of 2011 the Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery bought Blaser’s Premium Cheeses, located in the small town of Comstock in northwestern Wisconsin. The Comstock Creamery manufactures naturally flavored cheeses under the Blaser’s, Antonella, Ellsworth Valley rBST-free cheese, Kammerude, and Golden Age labels. What was known as Blaser’s USA, Inc. started with a creamery, the Comstock Co-op, built on the site in 1901, accepting home-separated cream from area farmers and manufacturing butter from the sweet cream. In 1948 the company’s focus turned to cheese production. After a short time producing Swiss cheese (and at one time, Limburger), in the 1970s Blaser’s focused primarily on Muenster cheese and is still today one of the country’s leading manufacturers of Red Rind Muenster. See more at: www.ellsworthcheesecurds.com/About.
For information about our Ellsworth Cheese Curds or Comstock cheeses for wholesale and/or retail accounts please visit: www.ellsworthcheesecurds.com/FoodServiceRetail.
Our cheese curds and cheeses can be purchased fresh at our on-location retail stores in Ellsworth and Comstock, open 7 days a week from 9 am-5 pm found in
grocery stores around the United States or purchased online at www.ellsworthcheesecurds.com and shipped to desired locations all across the United States.
From our Family Farms to Your Family’s Table- Ellsworth and Comstock Creameries Proudly Crafting Wisconsin Cheeses for over 100 years.
Part of the Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery Family