Why September is the Month to Keep Calm and Bite into Tastee Cheese

Folks it’s that month again when we celebrate all that’s grate (get it?!) about Cheese.

taste cheese promotion

Here in Jamaica, September is celebrated as Cheese Month. And as part of that celebration, Tastee Cheese has begun a round of promotions related to their rather bright yellow and very tasty product that makes everything taste better.

Not only do most foods taste better with cheese, from sandwiches and pizza to even cakes but it’s also a great source of Vitamin D, which is good for healthy skin and lustrous hair. Cheese is made from Milk, just like Yogurt and Ice Cream.

As such like these products cheese is a great source of Calcium. Calcium is important for building strong bones and teeth and is an essential part of the diet for anyone doing strenuous exercises.

Back to school lunches are simply not great without a sandwich made with Tastee Cheese in your lunch kit! So follow the Tastee Cheese Twitter page and tweet your support with the hashtags #EverythingbettawidTasteeCheese and #Septemberischeesemonth

So folks, look out for Promotion from Tastee cheese this month using those hashtags. They’ll be prizes and surprises like last year and you may even see Mr. Wedge upgrade his Cheesemobile (Deer, 2015, March 12) to a better ride from March 2015.

Here’s the link:



Tastee Cheese Twitter Feed: @TasteeCheese


  1. Deer, L. (2015, March 12). Free Easter Bun on @TasteeCheese Bun Days as Mr. Wedge gets a Cheesemobile. Retrieved from https://lindsworthdeer.wordpress.com/2015/03/12/easter-bun-days-mr-wedge-cheesemobile/

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