Cheese Science

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Cheese Market News
Cheese Market News is the weekly newspaper of the nation's cheese, dairy and deli businesses. Find stories, market activity, industry resources, new products and more.
ScienceFriday: A Wedge of Science
From fresh mozzarella to processed American, a look at the science of cheese.
Utah & Nevada Dairy in the News
Dairy news from Nevada and Utah.



Cheese Underground
Wisconsin Cheese Blog; the Dairy Artisan Mecca of the World.
Cheese for Dummies
The Dairy Pipeline has something for everyone. Cheesemakers – farmstead, artisan, or Master – will find something interesting in this publication.
The cheese blog.
The Dairy Pipeline
The Dairy Pipeline has something for everyone. Cheesemakers – farmstead, artisan, or Master – will find something interesting in this publication.
Food Engineering Magazine
A magazine serving the food and beverage manufacturing market; written for operations, production and engineering executives.
It’s not you it’s Brie
The Dairy Pipeline has something for everyone. Cheesemakers – farmstead, artisan, or Master – will find something interesting in this publication.
Madame Fromage
Murray's video library archive.
New England Cheesemaking Supply Company
Welcome to the world of cheesemaking!
Serious Eats: Serious Cheese
Welcome to the world of cheesemaking!



Welcome to the UEN Cheese Science Club toolkit! Whether you are an interested citizen or a high school student, food science is a wonderful way to add excitement to the classroom, your stomach and your life. The main objectives of the Cheese Science Clubs are: to encourage leadership, to allow Utah citizens a fuller understanding of the scope of food (cheese), science and technology, and to expand awareness of the field of food and science in our daily lives and throughout our community. This toolkit contains everything you will need to gather students, friends, or colleagues to create a Cheese Science Club.

Download Complete Toolkit (pdf)  Activity Ideas   Outreach Resources   Get Ideas from Other Cheese Clubs

21 Cheese Club Activity Ideas

  1. Watch Cheese Slices as a club.
  2. Ask a cheese making expert, biologist, chemist, and/or engineer etc. to do a demonstration with your group to learn more about the STEM and cheese connection.
  3. Take a field trip to a dairy farm/ cheese artisan company/cheese slicing and packaging plant.
  4. Create a Utah-based Cheese show Episode.
  5. Watch Wallace and Gromit Eat Cheese.
  6. Make cheese!
  7. Invite a Cheese Monger to give a presentation and help with tastings. Find out: Why the title of Monger? How do you use science, technology, engineering and math in your job? What is their favorite cheesey fact?
  8. Create a social network site for your Cheese Club.
  9. Meet with a cheese club from another school or community and share cheese fun and ideas.
  10. Have a favorite fruit and/or savory food and cheese pairing event (ask a Cheese Monger for help).
  11. Take a virtual tour of countries famous for cheese making (use CultureGrams).
  12. Make pizza with variations of cheeses, and go beyond Mozzarella.
  13. Invite a chef to talk about recipes with various cheeses.
  14. Meet in a computer lab or bring laptops to a club meeting and play Cheese Fun games from
  15. Ask a Cheese Monger to help you taste a different cheese from the 11 different countries featured on Cheese Slices.
  16. Ask a Cheese Monger to help you try at least 3 different Utah-made cheeses.
  17. Investigate cheese from Africa and Asia.
  18. Make a timeline of a favorite cheese.
  19. Investigate Microbiology and Cheese: find out about microbes found in cheese.
  20. Investigate Technology and Cheese: Name a machine used in cheese making (modern or traditional), invite a guest speaker to discuss the technology or go on fieldtrip to learn about Cheese Industry Technology.
  21. Create your own Cheese Club Favorite Cheese Recipes Book.


Outreach Resources
Contact a Local Cheese Monger, Cheese Artisan or other Cheese Expert

Southern Utah

Northern Utah

Wasatch Front

Wasatch Front

Harmons Dixie
1189 E. 700 S.
St. George, UT 84790-4022
(435) 628-0411
Beehive Cheese Company, LLC
2440 East 6600 South #8
Uintah, Utah 84405
Harmons Bangerter Crossing
125 E 13800 S  
Draper, UT 84020
(801) 617-0111
Caputo’s Market and Deli
314 West 300 South
Salt Lake City, UT
(801)-531- 8669
4-H Offices Gossner Foods, Inc.
1051 North 1000 West
Logan, Utah 84321-6852
Harmons Brickyard
3270 S. 1300 E.
Salt Lake City, UT 84106-3008
(801) 487-7736
Liberty Heights Fresh
1290 South 1100 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84105-1813
(801) 467-2434
Central Utah Harmons Five Points
37 N. Harrisville Rd. 
Ogden, UT 84404-3975
(801) 621-2532
Harmons Cougar
4874 W. 6200 S.
Kearns, UT 84118-670
(801) 965-9450
Willow Lane Dairy Goats
1856 Drake Lane
West Jordan, UT 84084
(801) 255-MILK (6455)
Harmons Orchards
870 E. 800 N.
Orem, UT 84097-4245
(801) 225-1770
Harmons Roy
5370 S. 1900 W. 
Roy, UT 84067-2907
(801) 825-2788
Harmons Taylorsville
5454 S. Redwood Rd.
Taylorsville, UT 84123-5319
(801) 967-9213
4-H Offices
Red Rock Cheese
Jon Nilson
1365 North Highway 6
 Delta, Utah  84624
(435) 864-2430
Rock Hill Creamery
Pete Schropp & Jennifer Hines
PO Box 377
Richmond, UT 84333
Harmons The District
11453 S Parkway Plaza Dr
South Jordan, UT 84095-5614
(801) 495-5402


Shepherd’s Cheese
Tooele Valley
Western Dairy Center
8700 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-8700
(435) 797-3466
Harmons South Jordan
10507 S. Redwood Rd.
South Jordan, UT 84095-8504
(801) 446-9984


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Get Ideas From Other Cheese Clubs

French Cheese Club
The French Cheese Club is an association of five family owned French Fromageries specialized in the production of traditional French cheeses.  
University of Wisconsin-Madison Food Science Club
The UW Food Science Club consists of approximately 60 active undergraduate and graduate students. Members are from Food Science, Dairy Science, Agricultural Engineering, Marketing / Agribusiness, Microbiology, and other food related majors.