"Some hard cheeses, like Cheddar, can last more than two weeks as long as you make sure to store them properly. Shredded cheese can last even longer when frozen. You can also grab some dried cheese crisps (like Whisps and Just the Cheese). Cheese crisps stand in well for crackers and croutons, whether over salads or in a bowl of soup."
"This is a protein-packed alternative to a granola bar, and unlike a cheese stick, it can be stashed in your bag or desk drawer until a snack attack hits. Each two-bar serving supplies eight grams of protein—more than a boiled egg—along with a third of your daily calcium requirement."
"This snack could not get any simpler. Just the Cheese mini snack bites are made with—you guessed it—just cheese. You’ll enjoy a salty, savory snacking experience with enough protein to keep you satisfied. They’re rated one of the best new snacks we tried in 2019, too!"
"As people try to stock their pantries during the pandemic, cheese you don’t have to refrigerate and can keep on the shelf has grown demand. 'It was already popular, and we had a huge spike on Amazon for people buying shelf-stable stuff,' Scharfman said. 'And then we’re in about 3,500 retail locations nationwide, and the only place people can go is to the store. So the increased traffic has been pretty good.' "
"These crunchy, portable snacks are from Just The Cheese. This family-owned company is based in Reeseville, Wisconsin. All of their cheese is handmade with 100% real Wisconsin cheese. Each bar has less than one gram of carbohydrate, making it a perfect Keto-friendly snack. There are several flavors including jalapeno, mild cheddar, grilled cheese and more."
"Just the Cheese bars are made in Scharfman’s family-owned cheese factory in Reeseville, Wisconsin, according to the company website. His dad Paul is a Wisconsin cheese-maker and helped him create the snack, which is Wisconsin milk and cheese baked until crunchy. Each bar has 75 calories and is sugar- and gluten-free, according to Scharfman."