The most characteristic flavor of the Canary Islands is almogrote, a very light and tasty cheese-based pâté. It is perfect to accompany and has an irresistible spicy touch. Try it and get hooked on the flavor of El Masapé!

Product details

IngredientsCheese 50% (cured grana cheeses (pasteurized cow, sheep, and goat MILK, rennet, lactic ferments, salt, sodium and potassium nitrate, lysozyme, butter, milk protein, starch, melting salts, lactic acid, sunflower oil, semi-cured cow-goat cheese 14% (pasteurized cow MILK 60% min. and goat 10% min., calcium chloride, rennet, lactic ferments and salt, natural sweet paprika, dried pepper, cayenne, garlic, and potassium sorbate. May contain traces of SULFITES, MILK, EGG, AND SOY
AllergensMilk and milk derivatives, may contain traces of sulfites
Manufacturing ProcessRaw material reception > storage > Cheese peeling/cutting > Cheese grating > Ingredients mixing (t=15-20 min) > Packaging and Labeling > Storage (room temperature) > Distribution (room temperature)
Target PopulationAll the general public
Packaging and FormatGlass jars: 40g, 100g, 125g, 220g, 1kg. Plastic container: 4kg
StorageStore in a cool and dry place. Once opened, keep refrigerated
Instructions for UseReady for consumption
BatchLOT #: aa-b-yy-ddd
aa: Internal product code
b: Manufacturing number of the day (if the same product is made with the same raw material but from different batches, the manufacturing number must be changed, by default it will be 0. If this occurs, increase the next one made of the same product)
yy: The last two digits of the manufacturing year
ddd: Numeric day of the manufacturing year, counting from January 1st
ExpirationTwo years after the manufacturing date