Approx 250g. Stracchino, also known as crescenza, is a type of Italian cow's-milk cheese, typical of Lombardy, Piedmont, Veneto, and Liguria. It is eaten very young, has no rind and a very soft, creamy texture and normally a mild and delicate flavour. It is normally square in shape.
Divine in piadina and any warm bread it also can be added to pasta and risotto.
Arnoldi is one of the most prestigious companies in the dairy and cheese industry in Bergamo, near Milan.
This highly intricate structure has enabled Arrigoni to become a front-line player in the Italian cheese industry, asserting its position as market leader in Taleggio and taking on a role as reference point both in the production of traditional cheeses such as Gorgonzola, Stracchino, as well as in product innovation and research.