Grana Padano is a cheese originating in the Po river Valley in northern Italy. This hard, crumbly-textured cheese is made with unpasteurized cow's milk that is semi-skimmed through a natural creaming process. To preserve the authenticity of the manufacturing processes and raw materials used to make this cheese, European Union law has protected the name Grana Padano under the protected designation of origin since 1996 (PDO). Origin of the name The name comes from the Italian word grana, a reference to the characteristically grainy texture, and the demonym padano, meaning "from Padania" (the Po valley).
GRANA PADANO CHEESE CONSILIA 700 GR (APPROX.)