Heini’s Cheeses and Gift Baskets

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I received the most amazing gift basket from Heini’s and had to share! What a nice what gift for someone that’s difficult to buy for. Or what a great hostess gift for your next party! Check them out at http://heinis.com/ They have free shipping for purchases over $75, which is always a plus.

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There was a variety of cheeses, meats, jam and mustard.

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This basket even included a chocolate cheese that tasted a little like fudge. It was amazing!

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The quality of the food was extremely high and everyone enjoyed it.

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We took it to a winery with friends and everyone enjoyed sampling this wonderful assortment

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Heini’s
6005 County Road 77
Millersburg, Ohio 44654
Ph: 330.893.2131
Fax: 330.893.2079
Email: support@heinis.com

About Heini’s

Our family businesscontinues to be the primary outlet for the Amish farms in the region. The relationship between the farmers and the Dauwalder family is personal, and together we are committed to continuing on into the 21st century.

Our Grandfather, John (Hans) Dauwalder, trained as a master cheesemaker in Switzerland, and came to the United States in the 1920’s to display his artisan talents in a growing cheese market. After several successful years at the Bunker Hill Cheese Co-op, John decided to return to his hometown in Switzerland to further his romance with Lili Mueller. The two fell in love and were married in 1933.

In 1948, John and Lili, together with their two children, Peter, our Father and Marguerite, our Aunt, sold the family farm in Switzerland to join John’s Brother Crist in the United States. Crist had purchased Bunker Hill Cheese in 1935 and asked John to join him in building the family cheese business.

In 1962, our parents Peter and Nancy, who were married in 1955, acquired Bunker Hill Cheese. Today it is one of the premier cheese retailers east of the Mississippi River, and one of the most successful wholesale manufacturers serving clients throughout North America.

Our family business continues to be the primary outlet for the Amish farms in the region. The relationship between the farmers and the Dauwalder family is personal, and together we are committed to continuing on into the 21st century.

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