Where is Bacio made?
Bacio is specially crafted in a state-of-the art cheese manufacturing facility designed to make cheese for the most discerning pizzerias in the world. The facility is located in the dairy-rich San Joaquin Valley – one of the nation’s leading milk producing regions. This valley is known for the quality and consistency of its milk.
Where does the buffalo milk come from?
Bacio is made with imported buffalo milk from one of the largest buffalo-milk-producing regions in the world. The buffalo milk we use has been thoroughly tested to ensure compliance with our premium quality expectations. We continue to work with our supply partners to identify safe, sustainable sources of the highest quality buffalo milk throughout the world.
How much buffalo milk is in Bacio?
Bacio’s unique recipe is the result of years of development. The exact recipe is proprietary and confidential. However, you’ll find that the Kiss of Buffalo Milk™ is the secret behind Bacio’s unsurpassed flavor, melt, stretch and reheat.
Why is Bacio called “pizza cheese” instead of mozzarella?
Mozzarella, as defined by the FDA, does not include the mixing of cow and buffalo milk. However, our Master Cheese Maker started with a goal of creating the best pizza cheese in the world and he found that it’s this very special combination of cow and buffalo milk that makes Bacio so exceptional.
Is Bacio the same as mozzarella di bufala?
No, Bacio is different than mozzarella di bufala or fresh buffalo mozzarella. Bacio is similar to traditional mozzarella that’s used on pizzas and other Italian dishes.