Shostka – a brand that has long captured the hearts of consumers

History

The history of Shostka began in 1981. It was then that the Shostka dairy plant was built, which produced a variety of dairy products, including butter and ice cream.

The Shostka trademark was registered in 2005. In 2007, the Shostka dairy plant joined the International Bel Group. Thanks to the combination of Ukrainian dairy traditions and the French cheese making experience, Shostka cheese remains a favorite among Ukrainian consumers.

Shostka today

Currently, Shostka produces bestselling hard and processed cheese.

HARD CHEESE
«CLASSIC RUSSIAN»
Hard cheese, 50% fat.
One of the bestsellers. Pleasant spicy flavor and sour scent.
Color – faded yellow.
Slice pattern – small irregularly shaped holes.
«SHOSTKA»
Hard cheese, 50% fat.
An original creation of Shostka cheesemakers. Milky, slightly spicy flavor and creamy scent.
Color – faded yellow.
Slice pattern – small irregularly shaped holes.
«RYTSAR»
Hard cheese, 50% fat.
An original creation of Shostka cheesemakers. Mild flavor and aroma of melted milk.
Color – dark yellow.
Slice pattern – small irregularly shaped holes.
«GOUDA»
Hard cheese, 45% fat.
Delicious cheese with a delicate milky flavor and a subtle cheesy and milky scent.
Color – faded yellow.
Slice pattern – sparse round holes (or none).
HOLLAND
Hard cheese, 45% fat.
One of the most bestsellers. Creamy, slightly sweet flavor and a creamy, cheesy scent.
Color – light yellow.
Slice pattern – sparse round holes (or none).
PROCESSED BLOCK CHEESE 90G

Created specifically for culinary experiments. They are easy to grate, bake, and cut.

«CREAMY»
«DRUZHBA»
«HOLLAND»
«RUSSIAN»
«FOR SALADS»
PROCESSED CHEESE IN 180G CUPS
«CREAMY»
Perfect for sandwiches, cream soups, and salads.
«YANTAR»
Its gentle flavor is an excellent addition to breakfasts.

Did you know? / The legend

Who would have guessed that it was shepherds that invented cheese? This is exactly how the legend goes! They would stock up food for long journeys, and one day, they found that if you pour milk into a bag made of calf’s stomach and shake it while walking, milk turns into cheese. Of course, now we use modern technologies. But it’s interesting to look into the past and learn about the first production methods.