Nutritional qualities

Doctors and nutritionists agree that Parmigiano-Reggiano can play an important role in a balanced diet and, because of its nutritional values, they recommend that it’s included in everyone’s diet.

Paediatricians recommend it in the diet of children of all ages for its many proteins, easy digestibility and concentrations of calcium and vitamins so necessary for growth.

It is also very good for athletes, whether professional or amateur, because it is easily digested. It’s also very beneficial for the elderly because of its high content of calcium, phosphorous and all the most important vitamins.

A SOURCE OF ENERGY

Parmigiano-Reggiano is a complete food with remarkable qualities, formed during the long, natural ageing process.

Besides being rich in calcium, phosphorous, trace elements and vitamins, it is highly digestible. It has one of the lowest cholesterol levels of any cheese.

Average composition for 20g of cheese:

Energy value

Cheese aged
24 months

Protein g 6,60
Carbohydrate g 0,00
Total Fat g 5,68
Vitamin A mcg 54,00
Riboflavin mcg 74,00
Vitamin B12 mcg 0,84
Biotin mcg 4,60
Calcium mg 232,00
Phosphorous mg 135,60
Zinc mg 0,80
Energy value Cheese aged 
24 months
Moisture 31%
Calories 78