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Croute Fleurie Cheese Wrap (White)

Croute Fleurie Cheese Wrap (White)

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Regular price $4.95
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This two ply cheese wrap is used for white mold ripened cheese including Camembert, Crottin, Tomme and Brie. This white, two layer wrap is breathable which is ideal for a delicate bloom and proper moisture when aging cheese.

The inner layer is designed to pull moisture away from the surface of the cheese. The paraffin coating prevents candidum mold from growing into the paper, which would result in tearing of the cheese surface when un-wrapping. 

The outer layer allows gas to be exchanged while controlling moisture loss, allowing white mold to remain active, not excessive.



  • 25 Sheets per package


  • Paraffin coated, thin, white parchment paper bonded to 20 micron opaque, white, micro-perforated, polypropylene.


  • 7 7/8"
  • 9 7/8"
  • 13 3/4"
  • 17 3/4"


Wrap with dull, parchment side towards the cheese. Age and store as directed in your recipe.

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Croute Fleurie Cheese Wrap (White)

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Bobbi S.
United States United States
Cheese wrap.

Easy to use and works nicely.

United States United States
The best

This is a great wrap. My cheese had its final ripening in my fridge and it came out perfectly. I will order some larger ones for the near future.

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Joyce N.
United States United States
Cheese wrap

Cheese wrap works well.

Alexandra W.
United States United States
Must have

Makes the brie

United States United States
My first camembert ever was wonderful!

I’m French and grew up eating Camembert (among other cheeses). I started my cheese making activity 2 months ago amid the home sheltering situation and found myself with time in my hand to finally start this long overdue passion; cheese making. I used the special wrap to stop the growth of rind mushroom to keep it perfect, while allowing the cheese to breathe and continue ageing. Thanks for all your good tips!