The Amish pride themselves in creating the finest cheeses from their family recipes. Unlike typical swiss, Amish Swiss cheese is milder and creamier with a nutty flavor. It pairs well on sandwiches or crackers, or sliced for an appetizer platter. The product varies in size (8-12 OZ.).
Keep refrigerated before and after opening.
According to metro.co.uk, researchers at the University of Korea have found that Swiss cheese has a whole lot of health benefits. It contains a probiotic called—you ready for this?—propionibacterium freudenreichii, which reduces inflammation. Among other things, reducing inflammation can reduce the risk of getting a number of diseases and slow the aging process. Propionibacterium freudenreichii also boosts immune system functions.
The effects of this probiotic were actually tested on worms, but according to the findings published in Scientific Reports, these worms and humans would likely react similarly to the inclusion of propionibacterium freudenreichii in their diets. (per Food & Wine)