Where to get it

Quality meat, sausages, food – Delivery service
passiondelivery.com/

Bunter’s Foods
60–62 Soi Chaloem Prakiat 81
Prawet
Bangkok
10250
Email: info@buntersfoodsbkk.com
Tel: +66 (0) 2 3287840
FAX: +66 (0) 2 3287841
Mobile +66 (0) 89 6890600

sloanes.co.th
londonpiebangkok.com
cheesequintessence.com
choicefoodsthailand.com

Health Farm Cheese, (Exotic cheeses)
57/6 Moo 1,
Pong,
Banglamung,
Chonburi,
Thailand
Tel:0907287990 (Thai)
0941375259 (English)

Monday/Friday : 0900-1700 hrs
(Please note that any visits are
by appointment only as we are a
factory not a retail outlet)

Heathfarmcheese@gmail.com

http://www.carolinecheese.com/ (Cheddar)
Premier Dairy Foods Co.,Ltd
Office
Premier Dairy Foods Co., Ltd
Floor 16 Chamnan Phenjati Business Center Building
Rama 9 Road Huaykwang Bangkok
Thailand
10320
Tel +662-643-0798-9
Fax +662-247-4991

Factory
Premier Dairy Foods Co., Ltd
119 M. 7 Soi Ratchako
T. Klangdong A. Muak-Lek
Nakorn Ratchasrima Province Thailand

homemade-cheese.com (Feta, haloumi, tahini)
Tel: 02-439-4510
Fax: 02-439-5732
Mobile: 089-429-2949
Email: sales@homemade-cheese.com

delcasaro.com (Mozarella/Italian chesses)
Del Casaro (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
30/10 Hua Hin Soi 10, Mooban Bofai,
Prachuabkirikhan 77110 Thailand
เลขที่ 30/10 ซอยหัวหิน 10 หมู่บ้านบ่อฝ้าย จังหวัดประจวบคีรีขันธ์ 77110 ประเทศไทย
Hua Hin
T: +66 32 522 749
F: +66 32 522 750
Bangkok
T: +66 2 863 3004
F: +66 2 863 3008
E: info@delcasaro.com

Gourmet Market – Basement of Siam Paragon Mall – One of the best places to buy cheese in Bangkok is at the large Gourmet Market supermarket, in the basement of Siam Paragon Mall. Here you’ll find a few Thai cheeses (avoid them, they’re awful) and one huge refrigerated case of imported cheeses from Europe, South America, Australia, New Zealand and North America.

Prices on the imported cheeses at Gourmet Market vary from expensive (remember, they’re imported and taxes on imported goods are high in Thailand) to not-much-more-than-in-the-US, if you pick up cheeses like Edam, Gouda or some of their Aussie or New Zealand cheeses.

Gourmet Market does cheese tastings almost every day, so if you can’t afford cheese but are jonesing for it, you can always run in and try a few samples. Every week, they have sales on specific imported cheeses and, if you’re not too picky about what cheese you want, that’s the time to buy. You can always stock up, as cheese will last up to a month or longer, depending on the type.

Siam Paragon mall is next to Siam sky train station, and Gourmet Market is the massive supermarket in the basement at the back.

Homemade Cheese Company – Another great way to get cheese in Bangkok is to order it online. An online business selling pretty decent locally-produced cheese in Bangkok is Homemade Cheese Company. I’ve had the cheese several times and been pleasantly surprised at how tasty it is as just about every cheese made in Thailand is inedible usually.

Homemade Cheese Company sells cheese and yoghurts, and specializes in soft cheeses. Try their Garlic and Dill Cream Cheese, or the Ricotta Cheese and, if you’re a Cottage Cheese fan, buy it here – it’s miles better than the dreadful Thai brand available at Thai supermarkets.

Contact Homemade Cheese Company on their website (see link below) and request a price list. They deliver too.

Foodland Supermarket – Another good place to buy cheese in Bangkok is at Foodland. There are several Foodland supermarkets around Bangkok, and all have a good selection of imported cheeses. Their Gouda and Cheddar is always fresh and tasty, as is the Stilton and Cream Cheese.

You’ll find the cheeses at the Foodland supermarkets in refrigerated cases at the back of the shop, where a sales clerk will help you choose what you like. They also do tastings occasionally, where you can try a couple of new cheeses before you buy and, with prices starting as low as 100 baht ($3) for a reasonable slice of Edam, they’re not too pricey.

My favorite Foodland is on Sukhumvit Soi 16, but there are a few other locations around Bangkok.

http://www.foodland.co.th/

Del Casaro (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (Italian Cheese)
30/10 Hua Hin Soi 10, Mooban Bofai,
Prachuabkirikhan 77110 Thailand

เลขที่ 30/10 ซอยหัวหิน 10 หมู่บ้านบ่อฝ้าย จังหวัดประจวบคีรีขันธ์ 77110 ประเทศไทย

Hua Hin
T: +66 32 522 749
F: +66 32 522 750

Bangkok
T: +66 2 863 3004
F: +66 2 863 3008

E: info@delcasaro.com

http://www.asiagoat.com/page6.html

phuketfood.com
theswisschoice.com
kpkfoods.com/
staffordsfoodsthailand.com/ Surin

Pattaya

AROY ITALY COMPANY LIMITED
Importer Marr in Thailand
42/103-104 Moo 9, Nong Prue Sub-district,
Banglamung District, 20150
Chonburi Province. Thailand

T: +66 (0) 38 423 055
F: +66 (0) 38 423 056

www.aroyitaly.com

globalfoodproduct.com

Colussi Group SpA had a strong foothold in Thailand and was the leading player in pasta, accounting for a value share of 48% in 2014. The company marketed its wide product variety under the brand Agnesi. There was, for example, Macaroni Agnesi, Spaghetti Agnesi, Agnesi Farfalle, Agnesi Gemma Pennette Rigate, Agnesi Pennette Rigate etc. Unilever Thai Holdings Ltd was the second biggest player in pasta with the brand Bestfoods at 16%, followed by San Remo Macaroni Co Pty Ltd with a value share of 10%.

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