Meet our newest friends! Nephew and uncle, Josh Mullins and Bill Mullins of Mullins Cheese, pictured below with Outreach Health Coordinator Brittany, each became a Friend of the Rural Health Initiative (RHI) – Marathon following a visit today in Mosinee.
Thank you for the support, gentlemen! Your donation will directly be used to provide Kitchen Wellness to farmers, agrcuilturists, and agribuessinesses within Marathon County by Rural Health Initiative Outreach Health Coordinators.
History of Mullins Cheese
Source: Mullins Cheese website, 6/8/2015
“Mullins Cheese is the largest family-owned and operated cheese factory in Wisconsin. As the family has grown, so has the operation. In addition to the original Knowlton facility, there is a second facility in the Marshfield area. Both plants are continually updated with the latest technology to make them more efficient. We supply premium quality cheese to our customers throughout the United States.
In 2001, Mullins Cheese expanded its operation to include a whey processing facility to produce whey protein isolate powder in addition to other by-products. Through the use of ultrafiltration and microfiltration processes, whey protein can be concentrated from cheese whey to greater than 90% protein. With is high biological value, eases of digestion, and immune-boosting capabilities, whey protein isolate powder is an excellent source of protein for nutrition. Mullins Whey products are sold worldwide for use in nutritional supplements, sports drinks, and food products.”