The Boston Globe 2

"Formaticum has turned its... Cheese Paper — a two-ply material that works like Gore-Tex, replicating the conditions of a cheese cave... into foldable Cheese Bags”    

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America's Test Kitchen

"Formaticum Cheese Bags, keep your cheese fresh far longer than any other homemade wrappings do.”

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Cooking Light

"Cheese, properly stored, keeps longer, and that means less waste and expense"

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Cooks Illustrated

"The bags kept Brie, cheddar, and goat cheeses free of mold and dryness for three weeks..."

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Bon Appetit

"If you're wrapping cheese in plastic, you're doing it wrong. This coated paper works like a Gore-Tex jacket to protect and extend the life of that $24-a-pound clothbound Vermont cheddar."

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Ruth Reichl

"Somebody actually gave me a package of cheese papers a couple of years ago, and it changed my life; I’ve been grateful ever since."

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The New York Times

"European-style double-ply cheese paper... helps keep a hunk of Parmigiano-Reggiano or a slab of Manchego at its best, retarding the spoilage that can occur when cheese suffocates in plastic wrap."

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San Francisco Chronicle

"Most cheese lasts longer if stored in a breathable wrap instead of non-porous plastic film."

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The Boston Globe

"You can extend the life of your cheese by wrapping it in two-ply cheese paper from Formaticum."

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The Washington Post

"Extend the life of good cheeses by wrapping them in Formaticum cheese papers."

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Star Tribune

"Formaticum is a two-ply sheet composed of craft paper with a light wax coating on one side glued to an ultra-thin sheet of breathable polyethylene to keep the cheese from 'suffocating' in its 'plastic-wrap coffin.'"

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Daily Candy

"The whizzes have taken it upon themselves to ensure that the hard work of cheesemakers is enjoyed by consumers as they intended."

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Culinate

"Peter Dixon, of Vermont’s Dairy Foods Consulting, says that wrapping cheese in plastic, as most supermarkets do, is criminal. 'It’s like putting your cheese in a body bag,' he says. 'It can’t live and breathe any more.'"

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Cool Hunting

"Formaticum makes their Cheese Paper with an outer layer of wax paper that allows the cheese to breathe. An inner plastic membrane guards against excess moisture, but is porous enough to allow oxygen exchange, creating a cave-like environment for prolonging the cheese's shelf life."

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CNET

"What causes most of these problems is improper storage."

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Slashfood

"When the cheese in wrapped in plastic wrap, it suffocates and becomes laden with ammonia and is no longer palatable. A common problem with wax paper is that the cheese dries out to fast; wax paper is not easy to seal and is often exposed to too much air.  Cheese Paper solves this problem."

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The Kitchn

"Cheese is a living, breathing entity."

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Experience Life

"Proper handling and storage is essential to maintaining peak flavor. This two-ply cheese paper from Formaticum is just like the stuff they use to swaddle cheese in France."

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Teton Home and Living

"Formaticum Cheese Paper is another kitchen-tested item proven to keep a favorite food fresh."

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Good Things NW

"So, assuming you've bought your cheese from a reputable cheese-monger or supermarket cheese department and it's still at the height of its flavor and perfection, what should you do? If it's wrapped in plastic, unwrap it quickly.  If your cheese is securely wrapped in cheese paper, it's fine."

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Pacific Northwest Cheese Project

"So much good cheese, so little time in which to consume it before it becomes, well, less than optimum. That's why you need the services of Portland, Oregon based Formaticum, purveyor of fine cheese wrapping."

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Details

"Wrapping cheese in plastic is lactic murder - the stuff needs to breathe.  Formaticum's porous two-ply papers let in just enough oxygen."

The Oregonian

"The trick to preserving a cheese at its peak is proper storage.  If the cheese is wrapped in plastic, remove it right away."