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Published on Dec 7, 2016

 

 
December 1st – 23rd
  • Monday to Friday    8am – 5pm
  • Saturdays  9am – 3pm
  • Sundays  CLOSED
Holidays: 
  • December 24th                 8am – 2pm
  • December 25th, 26th          CLOSED
  • December 27th                   CLOSED
  • December 28th - 30th     8am – 5pm
  • December 31st                 9am – 2pm
  • January 2nd                        CLOSED
 
*no deliveries from Dec 24th to January 2nd

We will be back to regular hours on January 3, 2017



Published on Nov 22, 2016

 
25% Off on Friday Nov 25th!  

 
 

Published on Nov 1, 2016

Jensen Cheese is happy to announce that we are now carrying Moutainoak Cheese.  Mountainoak Cheese is a local cheese company making many flavors of award winning Gouda.  Check them out here.

 

Published on Nov 12, 2015

Our gift guide brochure makes it easy for you to choose the perfect gift for all your gift giving needs.   Surprise your staff with the gift of Jensen Cheese!  Click here for Jensen's New Gift Guide.
 

Published on Nov 2, 2015

Jensen Cheese is no longer a vendor at the Welland Market.  Good news to all the market goers and Jensen Cheese fans, European Pantry located next door to Welland Market, 30 Avenue Place, will now be selling our cheese.  They will be carrying a variety of our cheeses normally found at the Welland Market. 

European Pantry is open Monday – Thursday 10am-4pm, Friday 10am – 5pm and Saturdays 7am -4pm
We’d like to thank European Pantry for keeping Jensen Cheese in the Welland area for our devoted customers.
Visit their website here: www.theeuropeanpantry.com
 

Published on Apr 10, 2015

Our new Extra Old Smoked Cheddar Cheese was unveiled at Eat & Drink Norfolk.
 
Our Smoked Cheddar can be found at our Retail Store as well and at the Simcoe, Brantford, Port Dover and Welland Farmers Markets.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Published on Mar 10, 2015

Jensen Cheese will be at the 2015 Eat & Drink Norfolk!
Thursday, April 9th 5pm to 10pm
Friday April 10th 5pm to 10pm
Saturday, April 11th Noon to 10pm
 

Published on Mar 9, 2015

Visit us at Flavour Fest in the arena at
October 6th to October 12th 2015
 

Published on Dec 17, 2010

 By Daniel Pearce, SIMCOE REFORMER

The factory in eastern Ontario that makes Jensen Cheese was honoured recently by Lennox-Addington County, which named it manufacturer of the year.

"They're a great corporate citizen, a good manufacturer, and provide good jobs," Stephen Paul, economic development manager for the county, said when asked why the plant received the award.

The factory also has "a good environment" and "a very loyal staff" and engages in fundraising activities, Paul added.

"It mirrors and parallels what our community is all about."

Jensen Cheese is known throughout Ontario and Canada for its high-quality product -- cheese made for taste rather than mass marketing.

Its set up is a little unusual in that its headquarters are in a house on Evergreen Hill Road in Simcoe, but its product is made in a factory five hours away in Wilton, Ont., near Kingston.

About once every three weeks, a transport truck arrives at the Simcoe store, where the cheese is unloaded, kept in storage, cured further, and then sold to the public.

The business was started in Simcoe by Arne Munck Jensen, an immigrant from Denmark, in 1925, and has always used cheese made at the Wilton plant.

In 1950, the factory came up for sale and Jensen bought it.

Current owner Eric Jensen said he still uses the same methods his father learned in Denmark.

"There's no additives and we use 100% whole milk. We cure most of it in Simcoe."

 


Published on May 18, 2010

Jensen Cheese attended the Real Food for Real Kids 

Kitchen Party and Taste T.O. wrote an article about the event.

While the rest of the world has been avidly watching Jamie Oliver challenge the concept of school dinners, and trying to figure out how to translate his ideas to their own kids' schools, here in Toronto a catering company dedicated to providing children with healthy, nutritious meals has been going strong - and growing rapidly - for the past five years.......

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