Fresh Lactose-Free Ricotta

Fresh | Digestible | Creamy

Our classic sheep ricotta, in the lactose-free version, easily digestible for everyone. It is hot packaged in 1.5 kg tubs and 200 g tubs, sealed, to guarantee a duration up to 40 days. It is made from sheep milk whey and sheep milk cream. Lactose is transformed into other sugars by an enzyme, leaving the ricotta with all its freshness, flavour and aroma.

Our lactose-free ricotta is pure white, it has an intense milk scent, a creamy and velvety consistency and a sweet and fresh flavour. It is a healthy and tasty breakfast, a snack or a delicious dessert really for everyone. In cuisine it is an excellent ingredient for delicious desserts suitable for all lactose intolerants.


Sheep milk whey,
sheep milk

Store in the refrigerator at 0°/+4°C


Average values ​​for 100 g of product

Energy 773 KJ
186 Kcal
Fats 14 g
of which saturated fatty acids 8 g
Carbohydrates 5 g
of which sugars 5 g
Proteins 10 g
Salt 0 g

Question and Answer

Is sheep milk Ricotta cheese good for lactose intolerant people?

Yes, in the tasty word of PINNA cheeses, those who are lactose intolerant can eat fresh sheep ricotta thanks to our specific line of lactose-free ricotta cheeses.
To respond to our consumers requests we have** created lactose-free version of our Sheep Ricotta**: made thanks to the enzymatic breakdown of lactose into its two main components: glucose and galactose, as to make it more easily digestible without giving up its particular taste of the fresh sheep ricotta.
Without its specific production designed for lactose intolerant, fresh sheep ricotta is absolutely not suitable for lactose intolerant people.

Can anyone who is lactose intolerant drink sheep's milk?

No, those who are lactose intolerant cannot drink sheep's milk. Sheep's milk contains lactose and it is not recommended for lactose-intolerant people. However, lactose-intolerant people can can consume a specifica line of cheeses, creams and ricotta cheeses designed for lactose intolerant people.
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Which Ricotta can be eaten on a diet?

If we bear in mind just nutritional values cow's milk ricotta is always recommended for a diet. However, it is true that Goat Ricotta, for example, is more substantial, it means that a smaller portion could be enough to satisfy our palate and, consequently you would still eat less calories and fat.
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Which is the lightest ricotta?

The lightest ricotta is made from cow's milk. But despite what we think, sheep's milk ricotta has a high digestibility, with values very close to cow's milk ricotta. Both are in fact rich in proteins (in particular sheep milk ricotta), calcium and phosphorus and provide a good content of vitamins A and B12.

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