|Country of origin||Colombia|
|Source of milk||Cow|
|Aging time||3 weeks|
|Certification||Protected Designation of Origin|
Paipa cheese is a semi-hard, semi-fat, and semi-aged cheese produced solely in the Valley of Sogamoso, which includes the towns of Paipa and Sotaquirá, due to its protected denomination of origin status granted by the Colombian government.
- "Republic of Colombia - Superintendent of Industry and Commerce - Resolution 0070802" (PDF).
- "CampoReal - Paipa". www.lacteoscamporeal.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 2018-10-04.
- "Colombian Cheese: The Good, The Bad, and the Meh". Colombia Travel Blog by See Colombia Travel. Retrieved 2018-10-04.
- Emblin, Richard (2014-07-15). "Paipa 'De Origen'". The City Paper Bogotá. Retrieved 2018-10-04.
- Diversity of the fungal microbiote of the Paipa cheese manufactured in Pacho, Cundinamarca, by Alfredo López Molinello, Food Engineering Research Group. University of La Salle. Bogota Colombia. Rev. ion vol.24 no.1 Bucaramanga Jan./June 2011
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