Our retail stores are back open for customers. Retail store hours are seven days a week, 8am-6pm. We are limiting the number of customers to ten at one time in our stores. Thank you!
Ellsworth Dairy Cooperative is based in the Heart of Wisconsin’s Dairyland in the town of Ellsworth, Wisconsin. Known as the Cheese Curd Capital, consumers who demand high-quality natural foods at a great value love our world-famous cheddar cheese curds and our entire line of specialty artisan cheeses.
We are also the preferred cheese supplier for many local restaurants. Providing them with a wide variety of fresh, squeaky cheese curds – that make an impact on their customers’ taste buds! Whether you prefer our classic white cheddar cheese curd, or maybe you want to try some of our more unique flavors like taco, garlic, or ranch flavored cheese curds.
Produced with milk from our 300+ patron family dairy farms, white cheddar cheese curds and specialty artisan cheese from Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery are crafted using the highest quality ingredients and over 100 years of cheese making experience, making a delicious difference you can taste.
From our All Natural White Cheddar Cheese Curds, to our specialty cheeses under the Antonella, Blaser’s, Ellsworth Valley (rBST/rBGH-free) and Kammerude labels, you’ll find our products available for purchase online on this website, at one of our two on-location retail stores, in gourmet cheese shops and grocery store deli and dairy cases, and served on menus at quality restaurants throughout the country.
Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery is a renowned supplier of wholesale cheese and cheese curds. From classic cheese curds to award-winning artisan cheese, you will find that the possibilities are endless in our Wisconsin dairy shop. Check out our online store for an assortment of fresh cheese flavors, today.
@CheeseCurdsWI picked up a pizza for the first time yesterday, one of the best take-home pizzas I've ever had. I worked in a bar that was one of the original bars that had Heggies Pizza sellers, this is what Heggies used to be.