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Fiscalini Cheese Company

7206 Kiernan Ave

Modesto, California 95358

United States

Company Description

We are committed to taking care of our land for future generations of our family, which is why we are a leader in sustainability. We are also a leader in food safety. We are committed to producing the best tasting, most delicious, extraordinary cheeses. ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Board Member
Dairy Management Inc.

Member
Western United Dairymen

Renewable Energy Advisor
AgPower Development LLC

Board Member
National Dairy Herd Improvement Assoc.

Education

BS

microbiology

Oregon State University

MBA

Web References (132 Total References)


Yosemite Farm Credit - Ag Credit Loans and Banking Services

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John Fiscalini

Chairman of the Board, John and his wife, Heather live on the Fiscalini dairy farm in northwest Modesto where they milk 1600 registered Holsteins, and farm 530 acres of forages for the dairy. John is the owner and operator of Fiscalini Cheese Company in Modesto. John is a member of the California Ag Leadership, and also a Board Member for Dairy Management Inc., and the National Dairy Board. John graduated from Oregon State University with a BS in microbiology. He was elected to the Yosemite Farm Credit, ACA Board in 2004.


FISCALINI HOME

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John Fiscalini's dream to create great cheese from his farm's milk started many years ago. After visiting Lionza, Switzerland in 1999, a small town in the Swiss Alps where his family originated, his cheese making plan came together. John made the decision to continue the Fiscalini family tradition in the United States.

Late in the year 2000, the dream became a reality. On the same property his grandfather purchased for a dairy site in 1912, John, the third generation Fiscalini to raise dairy cows, added a cheese plant. The first cheese that was made was the San Joaquin Gold, named after the fertile San Joaquin Valley where the Fiscalini family has been farming for over 100 years. Today, John and his children manage the dairy farm and the cheese plant.


John Fiscalini's dream to ...

fiscalinicheese.com [cached]

John Fiscalini's dream to create great cheese from his farm's milk started many years ago. After visiting Lionza, Switzerland in 1999, a small town in the Swiss Alps where his family originated, his cheese making plan came together. John made the decision to continue the Fiscalini family tradition in the United States.

Late in the year 2000, the dream became a reality. On the same property his grandfather purchased for a dairy site in 1912, John, the third generation Fiscalini to raise dairy cows, added a cheese plant. The first cheese that was made was the San Joaquin Gold, named after the fertile San Joaquin Valley where the Fiscalini family has been farming for over 100 years. Today, John and his children manage the dairy farm and the cheese plant.


John Fiscalini's dream to ...

fiscalinicheese.com [cached]

John Fiscalini's dream to create great cheese from his farm's milk started many years ago. After visiting Lionza, Switzerland in 1999, a small town in the Swiss Alps where his family originated, his cheese making plan came together. John made the decision to continue the Fiscalini family tradition in the United States.

Late in the year 2000, the dream became a reality. On the same property his grandfather purchased for a dairy site in 1912, John, the third generation Fiscalini to raise dairy cows, added a cheese plant. The first cheese that was made was the San Joaquin Gold, named after the fertile San Joaquin Valley where the Fiscalini family has been farming for over 100 years. Today, John and his children manage the dairy farm and the cheese plant.


California Cheese and Butter Association

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John Fiscalini / Fiscalini Cheese Company - President

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