A plate of assorted blocks of cheese.


To make good mozzarella, you need good milk. So we use organic milk to impart the right flavor and to make sure you’re getting all the health benefits of milk from pasture-raised cows. Melt it on your next homemade pizza, or pair with tomatoes and basil for a classic Italian snack.

Low Moisture Mozzarella, Part Skim, 8 oz

Originally from the countryside of Naples in southern Italy, mozzarella is essential to authentic Italian cuisine. Try our fresh mozzarella in a traditional panzanella salad or alongside melon and prosciutto, or use this low-moisture mozzarella to make the perfect pizza or panini without any sogginess. Organic Valley Mozzarella is vegetarian-friendly and contains 7 grams of protein and just 6 grams of fat in each serving.

Always Organic

Absolutely NO antibiotics, synthetic hormones, toxic pesticides or GMO anything.

Storage and Handling

Keep refrigerated


Organic Cultured Pasteurized Part-Skim Milk, Salt, Vegetarian Enzyme. (Vegetarian Enzymes Contain No Animal Based Enzymes.)

USDA Organic
UPC# 093966253702
Nutrition Facts
Servings per Container 8
Servings Size 1 oz

Amount per Serving
Calories 80

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 6 g8%
Saturated Fat 3.5 g18%
Trans Fatty Acid 0 g
Cholesterol 20 mg7%
Sodium 190 mg8%
Carbohydrates <1 g0%
Total Sugars 1 g
Added Sugar 0 g0%
Protein 7 g
Vitamin D 0 mcg0%
Calcium 200 mg15%
Iron 0 mg0%
Potassium 50 mg2%
Vitamin A 60 mcg6%
* The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the health benefits of eating organic cheese?

For individuals and families seeking high nutritional value and reduced risk of exposure to the toxins associated with factory farming practices, organic cheese is a healthy option.

  • The organic milk we use to make our Organic Valley Raw Cheeses comes from pasture-raised cows and is an excellent source of easily absorbed calcium, as well a good source of protein, phosphorus, and riboflavin.
  • Consuming Organic Valley dairy products minimizes your risk of exposure to antibiotics, toxic pesticides, synthetic hormones, and genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
What kinds of raw cheese does Organic Valley produce?

Organic Valley crafts five varieties of semi-hard and semi-soft cheese from organic, non-homogenized, non-pasteurized milk. The organic milk used to craft our Grassmilk® cheeses comes from 100% grass-fed cows that receive only fresh pasture and dried forages, like hay, as well as minerals and vitamins as needed, but do not receive grain rations.

Organic Valley Grassmilk Raw Sharp Cheddar is a semi-hard white cheddar, with top notes of grass and flower petal, and base notes of rich "umami" flavors like dark roasted pecans and butter-sautéed morels. Our raw sharp cheddar is aged a minimum of 6 months.

Organic Valley Grassmilk Raw Cheddar is a semi-hard white cheddar, with top notes of grass and flower petal, and based notes of rich "umami" flavors like dark roasted pecans and butter-sautéed morels. Our raw cheddar is aged a minimum of 60 days.

Organic Valley Raw Sharp Cheddar Cheese is a classic white cheddar crafted from organic, non-pasteurized milk. It is aged a minimum of 6 months for a delightfully sharp bite.

Organic Valley Raw Mild Cheddar Cheese is a classic white cheddar crafted from organic, non-pasteurized milk and aged a minimum of 60 days.

Organic Valley Raw Jack Style Semisoft Cheese is a semi-soft and open textured cheese with a slightly tart flavor. Crafted from organic, non-pasteurized milk and aged a minimum of 60 days.

Is Organic Valley Raw Cheese made from "raw milk"?

No, the milk is heat-treated but not fully pasteurized.

Are Organic Valley pasteurized cheeses made with animal rennet or vegetarian, microbial enzymes?

We use vegetarian, microbial enzymes in most of our cheeses. Vegetarian, microbial enzymes are produced by a controlled fermentation process. An animal-derived lipase enzyme is used in only 1 variety of our cheese: Blue Cheese.

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