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Answers to some common questions about Boursin®

Is Boursin® suitable for vegetarians?

The following Boursin® products currently sold in the UK are suitable for vegetarians: Boursin® Garlic & Herbs, Boursin® Pepper, Boursin ®Tomato, Onion & Chive, Boursin® Light, Boursin® portions and Boursin® Minis.

Is Boursin® suitable for vegans?

None of the Boursin® range products are suitable for vegans as Boursin® is made from cow's milk.

Is Boursin® suitable for pregnant women?

Boursin® is suitable for pregnant women as it is made from pasteurised milk and cream..

Does Boursin® contain any gluten?

Boursin® does not contain any ingredient containing gluten.

How should I store Boursin®?

Boursin® should be stored in the fridge at around 6°C.

Can you freeze Boursin®?

It is possible to freeze Boursin® 80g and 150g cheese, Boursin® Light (125g) and square portions (16g) for up to a month, providing that it is well wrapped. However, it should be thawed in the fridge before eating and should not be re-frozen. Boursin® Minis should not be frozen.

What is the shelf-life of Boursin® once opened?

Once opened, Boursin® cheese should be stored in the fridge and used within 5 days after opening. Boursin® Minis should be consumed within 5 days after opening.

Where is Boursin® made?

Boursin® has been made in Normandy in France since its creation in 1963.

What is Boursin® made from?

Boursin® is made from full fat milk and cream, lactic ferments and salt + herbs, pepper or other distinctive flavor ingredients as our range is expanding.