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Barrit Mejeri

Visit the old dairy in Barrit which is bursting with traditions, quality and good craftsmanship. In the dairy's atmospheric shop, Ostehullet, you can buy the dairy's own cream cheese and all kinds of different quality cheeses for everyday enjoyment and for parties.

Local, traditional dairy

Barrit Mejeri is one of the oldest and few remaining independent cooperative dairies in Denmark with a history dating back to 1887. Today, the dairy has a specialised production of cream cheese in a wealth of delicious flavours with the majority of the production being exported. 



The dairy has its own shop where you can buy cream cheeses produced at the dairy. Try the lovely natural version or one of the many spicy cheeses. For example, the popular garlic cheese, the unique blueberry cheese, or the spicy variety with chili and tomato.

In addition to the dairy's own cheeses, you find a large selection of other delicious Danish and foreign cheeses. You can choose from a big variety of different kinds of cheese. Lovely, well-known, Danish sandwich cheeses and well-known classics such as the Dutch gouda and the French port salut. You can find something to suit every taste.


Limited opening hours

Please be aware that the opening hours of Ostehullet are:

Friday: 13:00 – 17:00
Saturday: 09:00 - 14:00


Order a cheese platter for your get-together

Ostehullet also provides catering services with a variety of cheeses, pâtés, sausages, and fruits. Make sure to place your order well in advance. You can get them in different sizes to suit your specific event. It's a perfect way to impress your guests with a visually stunning arrangement that is ready to be enjoyed. You take care of buying bread and crackers, and Ostehullet will handle the rest.


One of the many local food manufacturers

Barrit is located in an area teeming with small food manufacturers who are pleased to invite you into their shop and offer authentic, local specialties, prepared with care and soul. On this page, you can learn more and see a map of the shops in the local area.

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