St. Olof is a semi-soft cheese made from pasteurised cow's milk. It takes its name from the most popular Nordic medieval saint St. Olof. Cheese is most popular Swedish cheese manufactured in Arla Ost's sparkling near Baltic Sea. Earlier it was a handmade cheese produced by farmer’s wives or local dairymaids. Now, it is contemporary creamy, fresh cheese without rind. It lasts for months in refrigerator. Tastes really great with sandwiches or with flavourful snacks or else served in lunch, dinner and also in breakfast. It is also cubed with grape, pimento olive or orange segments.