Babybel ( / ˈbæbɪbɛl /) is a French brand of small snack cheese products that are individually packaged and available in various flavours. It is a product of Le Groupe Bel ( French for 'The Bel Group'), a company with roots in the Jura region of France, started by Jules Bel in 1865.
The most popular Mini Babybel Original (red) contains edam cheese. In fact, they’re the tiny, French versions of the Dutch Edam cheese – but creamier, tangier, and kid-friendlier. There are more cheese types available, depending on the color of the wrapper and paraffin wax enclosure. What Type of Cheese is in a Babybel?
Babybels are essentially tiny versions of Edam cheese. Edam, which is of Dutch origin, is a semi-hard cheese that has gentle notes of sweet grassiness and a bit of mild nutiness. While Edam can’t be described as tangy or tart in most instances, Baybel cheeses certainly are that. The tang is a bit overwhelming, borderline sour.
For your information, the nutritional content of babybel cheese is very complex as you can see below: Nutritional content of babybel cheese per pcs (22 grams) Energy 68 kcal. Protein 5.1 gr. Sugar: Below 0.5 gr. Fat 5.3 gr. Carbohydrate 4.6 gr. Fibre. Alcohol.
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