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Philadelphia is an American fresh cheese made from cow's milk. Philadelphia is not a cheese type but a brand name of Kraft Foods Inc. It is named after the city of Philadelphia in Pennsylvania. The cheese is packed in plastic containers of several sizes. In the United States it is mostly sold in containers of 8 oz., in Europe the standard package contains 200 g. Philadelphia has no rind and is white, creamy and spreadable. It tastes slightly sour and creamy. Its fat content varies between 40 and 70 percent of fat in dry matter. Philadelphia is a cheese product that is also sold seasoned with different ingredients such as herbs, spices and even fruits.


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