Your individual portions packaging indicates that Kiri is made in a plant certified ISO 14001. What does that mean?

ISO 14001 is an international standard defined by the International Organization for Standardization. Our compliance with this standard means that we integrate the notion of environmental conservation into each of our business decisions. We evaluate the effects generated by our operations on the environment and implement concrete actions to improve our practices. For example, we evaluated our energy consumption and proceeded to modify our procurement practices to reduce our impact on the environment.

At what age can kids start eating cream cheese?

We encourage you to consult your pediatrician, who can give you the best advice regarding your child’s diet based on his or her needs.

Can pregnant women eat Kiri®?

Yes, Kiri® can be consumed by pregnant women since it is made with pasteurized milk that undergoes a high-temperature heat treatment. Nevertheless, we encourage you to contact your health expert before consuming Kiri®.

Where is Kiri® made?

Kiri® portions are produced in Sablé-sur-Sarthe, France, while the Kiri® tub is produced in Chorzele, Poland.

Why do you offer individually wrapped portions?

The individual packaging is a way of avoiding food waste because it preserves the organoleptic qualities (e.g., taste, texture, etc.) of each portion until its consumption. This avoids having to throw away leftover Kiri® if it is not consumed. Individual portions also provide an appropriate quantity of the product to avoid overconsumption.

How is Kiri® cream cheese made?

Visit “Our Recipe” webpage in “Our Commitments” section to learn about the Kiri® manufacturing process and the secrets of its unique taste.

Is Kiri®’s packaging recyclable?

Yes, all our packaging is 100% recyclable, including aluminum, cardboard and plastic.

Are there any preservatives in Kiri® products?

No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives are added to our products.

Are Kiri® products suitable for vegetarians?

Kiri® is suitable for a vegetarian diet because it contains no animal products other than milk and its milk ingredients.

Are Kiri® products halal or kosher?

No, Kiri® is not certified halal or kosher in Canada. However, Kiri® does not contain any animal products, except milk and milk ingredients.

What are the ingredients and nutritional information of Kiri® products?

You will find all ingredients and nutritional information about our products on each product page.

Can I cook with Kiri®?

Absolutely! Kiri® is a very versatile product! It can be spread, mixed, whipped, and cooked. Its creamy taste and smooth texture will surely enhance some of your favourite homemade recipes. For added inspiration, visit our “Recipes” page.

Can we freeze Kiri® products?

Freezing is at your discretion. It is important to note that freezing this product will affect its texture because thawing a cream cheese product separates the wet ingredients from the solid ingredients. This makes the texture less pleasant and spreading more difficult but will not affect the taste. If you use Kiri® for cooking, the texture is less important, so freezing may be a good solution.

How should I store Kiri® products?

Kiri® should be kept refrigerated between 1°C and 4°C to remain fresh.

How long is a Kiri® tub good for once it’s opened?

The “best before” date is indicated on the bottom of the Kiri® tub as a guideline for optimal use. The product remains consumable after that date, but may lose its organoleptic qualities (e.g., taste, texture, etc.). Once the tub is opened, it is preferable to consume the product within the first five days for maximum freshness and quality.

Can’t find the answer to your question?

Contact us by email or by phone 1-800-556-3652 (toll-free).