In fact, you’ll be joining the crowd. Cheese is a traditional part of this football feast, with total retail sales normally higher than average—27% higher in the week leading up to Super Bowl Sunday last year, for example.
With more than 600 varieties, types and styles, your Wisconsin Cheese choices are many! A game-sized cheese platter is always welcome, but why not bring a special cheesy, home-prepared appetizer, too? We’ve got some irresistibly good ideas for showcasing this perfect ingredient for cheering on Wisconsin’s own NFL team. Go Pack Go!
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