IPAP is proud to partner with the following suppliers to build brand and product awareness.

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Suppliers noted with the MRS (Midwest Refrigerated Services) logo are available through IPAP’s consolidation program in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Suppliers noted with the “Proudly Wisconsin Cheese” graphic offer cheeses made with Wisconsin milk.

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Arla Foods

Est. 1998

Arla Foods, the world’s fourth-largest dairy company, is a cooperative owned by more than 12,500 farmers. Arla combines traditional craftsmanship and world-class technologies to ensure its products remain closer to nature, from farm to fridge. Its award-winning portfolio includes havarti, Danish blue, gouda, muenster, edam and English cheddar. Arla Foods ensures its dairy products are crafted with quality, natural ingredients in an environmentally friendly way.

Bel Brands USA

Est. 1865

Bel is a major player in the healthy fruit and dairy single-serving portion snacking with notable brands like Mini Babybel, The Laughing Cow, GoGo Squeez and Boursin Cheese. Its international development draws on a portfolio of positive brands, which attract consumers in more than 120 countries. Founded in 1865, Bel is a family group with an ambitious and sustainable growth strategy.

Cheese Merchants

Est. 1998

Cheese Merchants of America is a choice among leading foodservice distributors, retailers and manufacturers for imported and domestic hard cheeses, fresh mozzarella and specialty cheese. Cheese Merchants’ state-of-the-art manufacturing facility is capable of producing grated, shredded, and shaved cheeses in a wide range of custom formulas and various packaging sizes.

Emmi Roth

Est. 1991

Emmi Roth offers a wide range of award-winning cheeses and dairy products, from Wisconsin specialty cheeses to traditional varieties imported from Emmi Switzerland. Cheeses from Wisconsin-based creamery Roth Cheese include its signature Grand Cru, a line of flavored havarti, Buttermilk Blue and a line of convenience items.

Great Lakes Cheese

Est. 1958

Great Lakes Cheese began as a small company delivering bulk cheeses to neighborhood stores in Cleveland, Ohio. Since then, Great Lakes has grown by acquisition, plant expansions, investment in production and distribution technologies. Great Lakes Cheese has seven plants in Wisconsin, Ohio, New York and Utah, offering a complete line of cheese products including natural, process and imported.


Est. 1933

Lactalis American Group is the North American division of the world’s largest dairy corporation, Groupe Lactalis. Additionally, the Lactalis Group holds the following rankings: No. 1 Global Diary Group, No. 1 Global Player in Cheese, No. 10 Global Ranking in Food, and No. 1 French Player in Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) Cheeses. Groupe Lactalis brands sold in the United States include President, Galbani, Kraft, Hoffman, Parmalat, Valbreso, Black Diamond, Stonyfield and siggi’s yogurt.

Land O’Lakes

Est. 1921

Land O’Lakes, Inc. is one of the nation’s largest cooperatives with operations spanning from agricultural production to consumer foods. Building on a legacy of nearly a century, Land O’Lakes has a farm-to-fork view of agriculture with brands including Land O’Lakes Dairy Foods, Purina Animal Nutrition, WinField United and Land O’Lakes SUSTAIN. Its products include butter, natural cheeses, process cheeses, cream cheese and sour cream.

Schreiber Foods

Est. 1945

Schreiber specializes in yogurt, natural cheese, process cheese and cream cheese. Since starting as a small process cheese company in Green Bay, Wisconsin, Schreiber has grown to a more than $5 billion global enterprise and the world’s largest privately held cheese company. The team consists of 8,000 employees throughout North America, Europe, South America and Asia.