Cheddar Cheese is Lactose Free
That is according to Cabot Vermont owner by dairy farmers since 1919.
Even if you are lactose-intolerant, you can eat aged cheddar cheese.
Why? Because in the cheese-making process, after the whey(where most of the lactose is) is separated out from the curd in the milk, natural aging breaks down any remaining lactose into simpler sugars your body can digest. So aged cheeses like cheddar contain zero grams of lactose. Rad the nutrition label, no sugar, no lactose. period.
Cabot cheese –
Every major award for taste
lactose free naturally
naturally gluten free