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Marin French Cheese Adds Mustard Brie to Petite Collection

PETALUMA, Calif.– Petite Mustard, a triple-cream brie with bold, nutty aromatic characteristics of black and brown mustard seeds, is the hottest new addition to Marin French Cheese’s Petite Collection, rounding out the range of 4 oz wheels to a total of eight varieties.

The brand’s Petite Mustard brie reflects the on-going tendency for distinctive full-flavor products. Made with fresh cow’s milk and cream delivered daily from neighboring Marin County dairies within a 20-mile radius of the factory, the soft-ripened cheese’s smooth texture and creamy taste nicely counterbalance the crunch of the whole mustard seeds on the inside and the added kick of flavor thanks to crushed mustard seeds on the exterior of the bloomy wheel.

“Our Petite Mustard brie brings together a favorite flavor pairing in France, cheese and mustard, to be enjoyed in just one bite,” commented Manon Servouse, brand manager of Marin French Cheese. “While we aspire to please as many palates as possible with our Petite Collection of brie-style cheeses, we remain true to our mission of offering only the highest quality of unique cheeses,” continued Servouse. “With flecks of mustards seeds on the interior and exterior of the cheese, Petite Mustard will not only stand out on a cheese board, but will add a new twist to melted brie sandwiches.

About Marin French Cheese

Founded in 1865, Marin French Cheese Company is the longest continually operating cheese company in America, with a unique history of handcrafting traditional and original soft-ripened cheeses. Since the days of the Gold Rush, Marin French has practiced time-honored cheesemaking techniques, using only fresh milk and cream from neighboring family dairy farms. It has grown from a small family business to an expanded, state-of-the-art facility, producing cheeses that are sold nationally and regularly earn top honors in national and international cheese competitions. To learn more about Marin French Cheese, visit

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