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Noun1.string cheese - cheese formed in long strings twisted together
cheese - a solid food prepared from the pressed curd of milk
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The packaging of a 160g packet of eight Kerry Dairy Cheestrings is 21.
The expert in chilled is proud to introduce a tie-up between Mattessons and Thorpe Park; as well as an on-pack Halloween takeover across the entire Cheestrings range.
MISS EYECATCHER might upstage the progressive Sharlanda in the Cheestrings Mares Novice Chase when the seven-day Listowel Festival swings into action tomorrow.
The survey of 1,500 parents and youngsters across the UK was commissioned by cheese snack brand Cheestrings as it launched two new flavours.
Just as last week's crisp mornings signalled that summer is over, races such as the Cheestrings Beginners Chase (4.
Dairy Crest has backed Chedds with a Urn advertising campaign, with a view to rivalling the three leading children's cheese brands, Dairylea, Cheestrings and Babybel.
Sugar Puffs, Cheestrings, Cadbury's Buttons and Nesquik Imagination have all been named and shamed by the British Heart Foundation as high sugar, salt or fat brands targeting young people through the internet.
In some cases, children have been offered the chance to become 'mini-marketeers' to plug brands, including Sprite and Dr Pepper, Cheestrings and a Barbie-themed MP3 player.
As well as supplying more than 15,000 food, ingredients and flavour products in more than 140 countries, the group has a portfolio of its own consumer brands such as Wall's sausages, Homepride flour and Cheestrings snacks.
Middlesbrough ASC's young swimmers scooped 80 medals - 29 of them gold - during the Northumberland and Durham Cheestrings Age Group Championships' two weekends.
Britons eating on the go also ensured a successful launch for cheese snacks Brunchettas at the end of last year, while Cheestrings gained market share in the UK.