Welcome to the Museum of curd snacks!

 

       

Since the middle of the 20th century, curd snacks have been a favorite sweet delicacy for both children and adults. First appearing in the Soviet Union, curd snacks have become popular in many countries of the world. Curd snacks are currently produced in Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, the Baltic States, Germany, New Zealand and many other countries.

This Museum is dedicated to curd snacks. On our pages you will learn the history of curd snacks in different countries, you will be able to see curd snacks photos from different companies, and see the process of curd snacks production. We hope that the time spent on this site will be interesting for both lovers of curd snacks, and for those who have never tasted them.

     

the geography of  curd snacks

the history of curd snack

the future of curd snacks

     

Curd snacks are made of cottage cheese and covered with chocolate. The weight of a curd snack is typically 40 - 50 gms. The first curd snacks were packaged in foil, but currently, most manufacturers prefer to use a vacuum packaging.

Curd snacks are stored at a temperature of 4±2ºС for an average of about 15 days, but at a temperature of -18ºС the storage period can exceed three months.

Curd snacks, as are any other products made from cottage cheese, are healthy, but at the same time, curd snacks are high in calories, so they are best eaten at the beginning of the day for breakfast.

 

production of curd snacks

about curd snacks

curd snacks recipes

     

     

Our news:

 
- Belarusian curd snacks 'Kletskaya krynachka' are presented in our Museum

- Video about Hungarian curd snacks Turo Rudi

- Curd snacks on biscuit "Bon mersi"

- Austrian curd snacks of Landfrisch are presented in our Museum

 

interview

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