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Industrial Cheese Boxes

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It all started with the log and the board

If you’ve ever purchased aged Wisconsin cheddar cheese, it was most likely aged in a Dufeck wooden cheese box. This was our original product when our business started more than one hundred years ago. Today, we still produce cheese boxes for renowned cheesemakers in Wisconsin and nationwide. 
The manufacturing process remains the same. We still start with a log and board, turning the log to peel the veneer and processing the board to make the top and the bottom (called the heads).  

Wooden cheese box sizes vary, holding cheese wheels from a three-pound gem to a 150-pound tub. These sturdy, economical boxes are used for aging cheddar cheese and transporting it to a distributor or store.  

Finding the Right Box for Each Cheese

Customers often ask, “What is the difference between an industrial cheese box and a craft cheese box?” While both industrial and craft cheese boxes are strong and durable cheese containers, an industrial box may have knots in the wood, fuzzy veneer or an irregular surface on the cover. These irregularities do not affect the cheese aging process but would make an industrial box unsuitable for a crafter to decorate or use for gift packaging. 

Dufeck can also support customization and personalization. Let us help you with custom cheese packaging solutions, specially crafted for any type of cheese.

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For information about purchasing any of our cheese packaging solutions, or questions about the box types and sizes available, please contact us.

Dufeck wooden cheese boxes, available in multiple sizes. Showing an option to personalize cheese boxes with the Dufeck logo.

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For information about purchasing industrial cheese boxes and the sizes available, please contact us.

Local cheese makers

To purchase some of the delicious cheese produced by our customers, please visit the links below or visit Wisconsin Cheese to learn more about the wide variety of Wisconsin cheese.