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The Tillamook Loaf Love Tour made its mark at the Creekside Smokehouse on their wall of fame!

National Cheese Day is one of the most important holidays a Baby Loaf can celebrate, so I was delighted to hear that so many Tillamook fans plan on celebrating as well! As always, thanks for all the Loaf Love!

And thanks for all your sweet thoughts online…



From Ken H.: Oh my gosh are you kidding I love Tillamook Cheese. I grew up on it and will not eat any other cheese unless I have absolutely no other option and am craving cheese . Wow yes totally love this one I do.

From Windy E.: on my snacking/meal agenda just about every day is Tillamook Cheese (of some sort, in some form or another) 🙂 Happy National Cheese Day all!! 🙂

From Cameron M.: Pretty sure it’s going to be a grilled cheese day today! Love you Tillamook!

From Chris B.: Thank you for the fine quality of your products that are free of rBST and high fructose corn syrup.

From Teigan B.: Ooohhh yummy!! I love Tillamok Cheese because your cheese is the closest I can get to the bitey tasty cheese I grew up with in Australia! The stronger the better for me and my kids! Don’t stop aging that cheese!


From @TheOnyxPlate: Via @TillamookCheese …. Tomorrow is National Cheese Day!!! But, honestly, do we really need an excuse to eat yummy cheese?

From @beechercreature: 38 flavors (of ice cream)! I don’t know which to pick! @TillamookCheese

From @davidpetersonh: #ff @TillamookCheese because my garlic mushroom potatoes come to life when I use their Special Reserve Extra Sharp Cheddar in the mix! 🙂

From @Linditacouture: Tillamook Baked Apple Pie Yogurt = amazing

From @Wanda543: Getting ready to leave to go camping. I don’t care if I have to eat tree bark, as long as I have my @TillamookCheese.


Blair McEwen

Hello Everyone. My family traveled from Edmonton, Alberta during the first week of April. We visited your facility and we were very impressed with the tour and totally blown away by your products in which we were able to get back into Canada to enjoy. The drive through the Tillamook Valley was breath taking, and reminded me of my home in Sussex, New Brunswick the Dairy capitol of Eastern Canada. I thought I would send a link to YouTube to see what a couple of school kids did for a high school project and the real fun of farming and the fruits of their hard work. We are looking forward to visiting the valley soon to enjoy the World's best Cheese... Tillamook, you are the best!!!

June 4th, 2012 at 9:00 pm


Tillamook Team

Hi Blair,

Thanks for writing! So happy that you were able to visit the Tillamook Cheese Factory all the way from Canada (and were able to bring some cheese back with you)! Tillamook sure is lush with all the rain we get. Thanks for sharing the video! Dairy farmers work really hard and this video is a great way to celebrate that.

- Laura of the Tillamook Team

June 6th, 2012 at 9:02 am


Its been a couple of years since we visited your factory on a trip from SF to Seattle, loved it so much we visited on the return trip. Glad you now sell your ice cream in the Bay Area. What I really want you to send south is packages of your squeakers!!!! Make me a happy Tiallamook consumer!.
Great Cheese, Great Ice Cream, GREAT SQUEAKERS!!!!

October 27th, 2012 at 5:40 pm

Tillamook Team

Hi Fred,
Thanks for your comment! I'm so glad you were able to stop by The Cheese Factory on your trip. I will certainly pass your comment along to the rest of the team. The reason Tillamook Cheese Curds are only sold at The Cheese Factory is because they have such a short shelf life. We would hate to ship out those delicious curds just to find that they arrived squeakless or spoiled. I hope that you'll be able to come back for another visit soon!

All the best,
Amalya, of the Tillamook Team

October 30th, 2012 at 7:27 am
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