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Offline Arthur

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Re: Polly-O Fresh Mozzarella
« Reply #20 on: April 04, 2005, 08:30:33 AM »
I think my "local" sams club only had a loaf of stella mozz, but I didn't look for Biazzo.

I have not tried the "Casa Della of Brooklyn NY (mozzerella) at Costco" - I think the one I get is just called fresh mozzarella - wrapped in plastic for 3.99 for the lb ball.


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Re: Polly-O Fresh Mozzarella
« Reply #21 on: April 05, 2005, 09:01:18 AM »
In asking about the product I got this response back from kraft.....


Thanks for visiting our Web site and inquiring about the availability
of
POLLY-O Mozzarella Log.

It's great to hear from consumers who are looking for our products
because
it lets us know how much you enjoy them.  The tough part comes when we
have
to share the news that the product you're trying to find has been
discontinued.  If products don't seem to be popular with our consumers,
and
demand starts to drop, a decision is made to discontinue the item. 
Once
this decision is made, we stop making the product and the remaining
supply
is shipped from our warehouse to the grocery stores.

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Re: Polly-O Fresh Mozzarella
« Reply #22 on: April 05, 2005, 09:34:33 AM »
In asking about the product I got this response back from kraft.....


Thanks for visiting our Web site and inquiring about the availability
of
POLLY-O Mozzarella Log.

It's great to hear from consumers who are looking for our products
because
it lets us know how much you enjoy them.  The tough part comes when we
have
to share the news that the product you're trying to find has been
discontinued.  If products don't seem to be popular with our consumers,
and
demand starts to drop, a decision is made to discontinue the item. 
Once
this decision is made, we stop making the product and the remaining
supply
is shipped from our warehouse to the grocery stores.

Please add our site to your bookmarks, and visit us again soon!



Neither of the closest local Sam's to me had it either.

So, sounds like the fresh moz log is no more.  That's way too bad.
« Last Edit: April 05, 2005, 10:02:21 AM by LowRent »

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Re: Polly-O Fresh Mozzarella
« Reply #23 on: April 06, 2005, 01:32:40 PM »
I just made a pizza with the Biazzo cheese and must say it performed better than I expected.  Very nice flavor with a good pizzeria-like consistency. 

I'm thinking of starting a thread summarizing the qualities of the mozz's I can get my hands on.  So far, Cappiello is still my favorite.

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Re: Polly-O Fresh Mozzarella
« Reply #24 on: April 07, 2005, 08:52:59 PM »
the fresh part must be lost on you. fresh means just made not packaged and sold at a costco. it is watery for a reason because as soon as it is made it is placed in water so it does not dry out. being in the nj/ny area i might just be lucky because there are a couple of deli's where you walk in and they are making it behind the counter. all you need is a little salt and you are in mozzarella heaven, polly-o is not fresh muzz as far as i'm concerned