Made with heart
At Roth, we believe enjoying specialty cheese should be easy and fun. That’s why when you choose Roth you know our cheeses will always be made with good ingredients and will always taste good. The quality of our products starts on the farms here in Wisconsin, where we handcraft Roth cheese with milk from local family farms.
Our cheesemakers and crew take pride in the product we put out into the world, only providing you with the best cheeses from Wisconsin. We have more than 200 awards to prove it, including World Champion at the 2016 World Championship Cheese Contest for our Grand Cru® Surchoix. The secret to award-winning cheese? The best milk Wisconsin has to offer. Ours comes directly from family dairy farmers down the road, always 100% rBST-free.
See how we have
and haven't changed.
1863: 20-year-old Oswald Roth, a licensed cheesemaker from Niederbipp, Switzerland, founds O. Roth & Cie, a cheese company specializing in producing and exporting Emmentaler.
1911: Otto, one of Oswald’s children, immigrates to NYC to start Otto Roth & Company, a subsidiary of O. Roth & Cie. that will serve as an importing agency for Swiss cheeses.
1990: Cousins Fermo Jaeckle and Felix Roth scout locations to found Roth Käse USA. Monroe, WI was chosen as their company’s home for its geographic location, access to high quality milk, existing cheesemaking infrastructure, and the strong Swiss heritage of the region.
1991: Roth Käse USA Ltd is open for business. The plant houses the country’s first copper vat for the production of Grand Cru®. The company reintroduces wooden boards for aging, focusing on importing technology, not cheese.
2006: Roth Käse USA celebrates 15 years of crafting and curing award-winning cheeses in Monroe, Wisconsin and completes construction of the Affinage/Curing Cellar and Culinary Education Center.
2010: Roth Käse USA and Emmi AG merged in 2010 to form Emmi Roth USA.
2019: Emmi Roth Acquires Great Lakes Cheese’s Seymour Plant.
and haven't changed.
Find Roth Cheeses Near YouWhere To Buy
Select images courtesy of the Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin.