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Food Grade Gloves

Food Grade Gloves

Regular price $5.95
Regular price $5.95
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4.76 38 reviews


These food grade gloves are nitrile, flock-lined and perfect for handling and stretching hot curds when making Mozzarella cheese.

Featuring a contoured fit and textured finish, these gloves are puncture, abrasion and cut resistant. They are also are FDA and USDA compliant.


For sizing, measure around the widest part of your palm for size.

  • Small | 7"
  • Medium | 8"
  • Large | 9"
  • X-Large | 10"

Note: We find the gloves run a bit large, you may size down.

Cheese Making Bundle

Food Grade Gloves

Item# E40-S

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Molly .
United States United States
works great!

These gloves are thick and fit well. Size small. Great for handling mozzarella in hot water. I think they will last a long time!

Michael N.
Canada Canada
Food Grade Gloves - Made my cheese life easier

I bought these gloves for pulling mozzarella. They work perfectly. The fit is a little large but that’s a good thing. The gloves are comfortable and lined with soft cotton which makes them easy to pull on and off and provides more protection. Now I can handle my cheese without soaking my hands in a bucket of ice every 2 minutes.

United States United States
Really big

I ordered the small and they are WAY too big for me. I do have rather small hands, but am going to have to find different gloves before I can try making mozzarella.

sharon B.
United States United States
Food grade gloves

So glad I ordered your food grade gloves I feel so much safer cooking my goat milk recipes with my quality gloves on. They make me feel safer when I am making soap and handeling the lye.

Carole B.
United States United States
Great for Mozzarella

You practically need asbestos hands for making mozzarella. I have started using these gloves lately. I always double glove when I make mozzarella, and two of these gloves seem to protect my hands fairly well. Another thing I really like about them is that they're cloth-lined, which makes slipping damp hands in and out of them quite easy.