RV Short Stop: Organic cheese maker in Crescent City


Four generations of Rumianos have been “hand rolling” artisan cheese in Crescent City, Calif. Rumiano Cheese Company is the home of the first verified non-GMO cheese in the world.

The production facility in Crescent City, Calif., is a perfect RV Short Stop for the entire family.  It houses a retail cheese shop with lots of tasty samples, a small showroom, and a view of the production area through a glass wall.

“At Rumiano Cheese we focus on what is good for the earth, and its inhabitants. Sustainability not only saves on costs but benefits our community and world,” says third generation cheese maker Baird Rumiano.

“We have some of the finest milk in the nation here,” Rumiano adds. “It all comes down to good people, good ingredients and good products.”

– For more information on what to expect when stopping by Rumiano Cheese Company, click on ‘California’s oldest family-owned cheese company’ for an article I posted on RV Short Stops.

– To learn more about the family-friendly Florence Keller County Campground in Crescent City, where we dry-camped for four days, click here.

Julianne G. Crane

Photo: RVers Jimmy Smith of Sutherlin, Ore., and Jane and Kevin Justis of Susanville, Calif., coming out of Rumiano Cheese Co. in Crescent City, Calif. (Julianne G. Crane)

– Below: In this two-minute video Vice President of Rumiano Cheese Co., John Rumiano, discusses the climate around Crescent City, Calif., and its impact on the quality of cheese.

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