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Double Gloucester cheese could disappear from shops 'because of EU regulations'
Traditional Double Gloucester cheese could disappear from Britain for good - because the breed of cow which produces it is dying out, experts have warned.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Cheeses imported from the European Union, including brie from the President Cheese brand.
The French love their cheese, and they're not the only ones. Brie is the most popular French cheese in the U.S. and Russia.
Cheese production suspended over FDA regulation concerns
Dodgeville cheesemaker Andy Hatch said he will stop making Rush Creek Reserve, a creamy cheese that Uplands Cheese makes only in the fall and winter.
Embargo hit FrieslandCampina exploring alternative markets for cheese
Dutch dairy giant FrieslandCampina is "exploring" alternative markets for its cheese to offset the impact of the Russian embargo on European Union food products.
Our Favorite Marionberry Foods In and Around Portland
Begin the day at the cheerily domestic Hawthorne Street Cafe, which serves stolidly thick and hearty wheat cakes-a bit dry, perhaps-with huge chunks of marionberry inside, almost like a flattened marionberry muffin with syrup on top.
Cheese makers continue winning streak
NORTH Yorkshire artisan cheese maker Shepherds Purse has been adding to its trophy cabinet this month with wins in the Great Taste Awards.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Swiss bliss: hiking the Swiss Alps
Few restaurants can put you at eye level with snowy peaks as dramatically as this one atop Switzerland's Schilthorn peak.
Rotary Members Say "Cheese" at Weekly Meeting
Members of the Noon Rotary Club of Zanesville got to learn about food while eating food at their weekly meeting at Bryan Place Tuesday.
The Otago Daily Times
Cheese maker proud to be 'old school'
Udder Success Dairy Co director Shirley Loats has converted an Oamaru house into cheese manufacturing premises.
Swiss sanctions dilemma over Russia
Switzerland is facing a diplomatic dilemma over its decision not to go along with international sanctions against Russia, imposed by the European Union and the United States in response to the crisis in Ukraine.
Norwalk Citizen News
EXCHANGE: Visitor agency banks on agritourism
Prairie Fruits Farm earned its reputation by producing goat's-milk cheese and gelato.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
New York Daily News
Taco Bell opens premium US Taco Co. in California
Taco Bell has opened its answer to Chipotle, a new Mexican restaurant concept that will serve premium tortillas topped with lobster, grilled Mahi Mahi and peach jalapeno barbecue sauce.
Cheese: Natural & Specialty Cheeses in the U.S. & Global Markets
Adults and kids eat it at home, in restaurants, and when they snack on-the-go throughout the day.
Soulcrafting Unites Food Experts With Craft-Hungry Coloradans
If you've ever sat over a perfect cup of coffee and slice of pie with the ideal flaky, buttery crust and wondered how much effort it would take to get everything just right on your own, you may have the soul of a craftsman waiting to be unleashed.
Core77 design blog
How to Read a Cheese Wheel
Cheesemaking is a millennia-old industry, full of straightforward food science as well as dark corners of tradition and biological happenstance.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
World Eats: Award-winning cheese from old-world techniques
Andrew Hillman, owner and cheesemonger of The Culture and The Cured in East Sacramento, handles the award-winning Point Reyes Bay Blue.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Falling for Canadian cheese - Thousands of cheese lovers fell for...
The two Grand Champions each went home with the wheel of Canadian cheese and a , won the women's race in a time of 12.4 seconds.
Cheesemaker stops making popular raw-milk cheese because of pending regulations
An award-winning Wisconsin cheese company has announced it will not be making its popular raw-milk cheese, reportedly due to uncertainy over pending FDA regulations.
This is Wiltshire
Russian ban set to cost Melksham dairy 750,000
Melksham-based Coombe Castle International sales manager Richard Green has to find new customers for 7 tonnes of cheese hit by a Russian import ban Photo: Glenn Phillips A Melksham dairy producer expects to lose A 750,000 because of a Russian ban on food imports from a number of Western countries.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Bromley cyclists in search of cheese
Bromley Cyclists has arranged a Kentish ride tomorrow , which will take participants through country lanes and feature a pub lunch as well as a visit to the Winterdale Shaw cheese factory.