Henri Willig is not just a cheese company, it is also a family business. Founded in 1974 by Henri Willig and his wife Riet, the company was passed on to the next generation and is now run by one of his sons, Wiebe Willig. The other 2 sons, Jacob and Martin, and several grandchildren are also active in the business.
Henri Willig is not just a cheese company, it is also a family business. Founded in 1974 by Henri Willig and his wife Riet, the company was passed on to the next generation and is now run by one of his sons, Wiebe Willig. The other 2 sons, Jacob and Martin, and several grandchildren are also active in the company.
Despite the fact that the company has continued to grow and is now active far beyond the Dutch borders, Henri Willig remains true to the basic values of the family business. We know what we go for and what we stand for. And above all, our hospitality, quality and authentic production methods are the basis of our success. The Willig family is closely involved in every aspect of the business, from the farm and cheese making to the marketing and distribution of the products.
The story of Henri Willig is told to the many visitors every day with great pleasure and enthusiasm, and we enjoy making them part of our growing 'Cheese family'. thanks to our enthusiasm and dedication, we now have a loyal following of Henri Willig cheese lovers worldwide.
Our commitment to quality and tradition is evident in every cheese we produce. Each cheese is made with the greatest care and attention to detail, using only the best ingredients and according to traditional Dutch cheese-making techniques that have been passed down for generations.
This is why we are very proud of our products and the awards we have received for exceptional quality and taste. At Henri Willig, we believe that cheese is not just food, but a work of art. That is why we strive to make cheeses that are not only tasty, but also beautiful to look at and enjoy.
We are therefore delighted that Henri Willig Cheese has been selected as a finalist for both the NIMA Awards and the election 'Entrepreneur of the Year North Holland'. In this, we see recognition of our commitment to quality, innovation and excellence in cheese making and all our employees.
Check out Henri Willig's delicious recipes below.
These delicious quick pizzas from @CookingQueensNL will have you on the table in no time. And by quick, we really mean super quick! Preheat the oven to 200 degrees. Spread the flatbread with pesto. Sprinkle the grated cheese generously over the flatbread. We used garlic cheese and young goat cheese, but any combination is of course possible. Halve the tomatoes and divide over the flatbread. Finish with a thin layer of cheese. Place the pizza on the oven rack and bake for 8 to 10 minutes. When the cheese has melted, the pizza can be removed from the oven. Garnish with some basil leaves. Enjoy your pizza!
Evelien from @GezelligeRecepten made the recipe for these delicious pistolets with pulled chicken and Gouda cheese. These sandwiches are delicious at lunch and also taste great with drinks. Fry the chicken thighs in a frying pan with 2 tablespoons of neutral oil. Remove the chicken from the pan and set aside. Fry the onion, garlic and tomato puree for 2 minutes. Now return the chicken thighs to the pan. Turn down the heat. Mix all the remaining ingredients in a bowl and add to the pan. Put the lid on the pan and after about an hour, the chicken thighs will fall apart. Then stir everything well and your pulled chicken is ready. Cut a pistolet in half and top with slices of Gouda cheese. Top this with the pulled chicken and sprinkle some more grated cheese on top. Put in the oven for 8 to 10 minutes or take the rolls out of the oven when the cheese has melted.