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Babybel, a French version of Dutch Edam cheese, is sold internationally by 'The Bel Group, France' since 1952. In 1977, the company introduced Babybel's smaller version 'Mini Babybel', a delightful snack packed with calcium that is ready-to-eat anytime and anywhere. Today nearly 75% of Mini Babybel is consumed outside of France.

Babybel, a semi-hard cheese is made from pasteurized cow milk. It comes in a net bag where each piece features a distinctive, red wax coating. As of now there are seven flavors offered in the US - Original, Sharp Original, Light, Bonbel, White Cheddar, Cheddar, and Gouda.

Babybel is marketed as a on-the-go snack and is available in various flavours. So, jazz up your snack routine and enjoy a sophisticated cheese on-the-go.

Made from cow's milk. It's from France and it is a semi-hard cheese having 69% of fat and smooth Texture. Waxed Rind and white Color.

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Maddie.King2014-08-21 15:06 (2 years ago.)

i love babybell