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Jordy Nelson launches his own goat cheese

Green Bay Packers wide receiver and Kansas farm boy Jordy Nelson has announced his own goat cheese called 87 Chevre. The cheese is made in Wisconsin from goats that live in Wisconsin.

The goat cheese has only 75 calories per ounce which is less than usual cow cheeses like cheddar and swiss. According to the website for Jordy's new cheese, goat cheese is also acceptable for those with lactose allergies.

The cheese will originally be sold in Wisconsin, Kansas and Idaho.

You can purchase 4 flavors of 87 Chevre (plain, honey, peppercorn and tomato basil) for $19.95. An eight pack costs $37.95. You can buy the cheese here.

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