Le Gruyère

Gruyère is a world-renowned hard Swiss cheese that has been made according to the traditional recipe for centuries near the small town of Gruyères. It is a very popular cheese that offers something for everyone: mild and sweet between six and nine months of age; a fuller, more aromatic taste from ten months on; and a strong mature flavour when aged up to eighteen or even twenty-four months.


Gruyère is a versatile cheese often used in cooking and produced in dairy farms. It is combined with Vacherin Fribourgeois in traditional Swiss cheese fondue for its savoury taste.

100g contain:
Energy < 1675 kJ (400 kcal)
Fat < 32.0g
of which saturates < 19.0g
Carbohydrate < 1.0g
of which sugars < 0.1g
Protein < 27.0g
Salt < 0.59g

Our products

Le Gruyère AOP Classic

Aged for at least five months to give it a fine and fragrant taste.

Le Gruyère d’Alpage AOP

A summer cheese for true connaisseurs. Originating from the mountain pastures of Gruyère, the Jura and the border regions between Genève and Berne, it has an aromatic taste with the fine bouquet of elevated pastures. Aged 10-to-18 months.

Le Gruyère AOP Reserve

After a few months, the best cheeses are given extremely attentive care in the cellars. Aged for 10 to 18 months for a stronger taste, while maintaining tenderness and flavour.

Le Gruyère AOP BIO

Le Gruvère AOP BIO is made with milk originating from farms that faithfully respect BIO-SUISSE regulations, and is aged at least five months.

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Recipes Savoury Aebelskivers with Prosciutto & Kaltbach Gruyère AOP

Aebelskivers are traditional sphere-shaped pancakes with a sweet or savoury filling. Try this version with prosciutto and Gruyere cheese, a brunch favourite!

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Recipes Gruyère Breakfast Bites

A scrumptious, high-protein breakfast that's perfect for people on the go. Play around with the recipe by adding your favourite toppings and enjoy!

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