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12 hrs ago | WKBT
The dairy industry is arguably the best known business here in Wisconsin, and state officials say that's for good reason.
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The meatheads at the EU want to make American cheese makers stop using names we've been using for at least a hundred years.
20 hrs ago | Daily-Jeff.com
Ohio cheese producers are pushing back against an EU proposal to limit the use of European names such as Parmesan, feta and Gorgonzola on American-made cheeses.
Yesterday | Green Bay Press-Gazette
MADISON - A recent drop in Wisconsin's cheese production may be a blip on the screen.
If you missed this one, circle the calendar date for next year. It is always exciting to have the opportunity to meet Rogue Valley artists in wine , beer, chocolate, cheese and other delectable goodies.
Cows have long been the stars of Wisconsin's dairy industry, but goats and sheep get a bigger share of the spotlight when the World Championship Cheese Contest begins Tuesday in Madison.
Truth be told, life to the north of the Golden Gate might as well be country living to most city folk.
The European Union is targeting cheese made in America, and Vermont's Congressional delegation is ready for the fight.
Some common cheese names protected by the European Union: Asiago Brie Camembert Cheddar Edam Feta Fontina Gouda Gorgonzola Gruyere Munster Manchego Neufchatel Parmesan Provolone Ricotta Romano Roquefort Stilton The E-Edition includes all of the news, comics, classifieds and advertisements of the newspaper.
Workers package 40-pound blocks of cheddar cheese at Heini's Cheese production facility in Berlin, Ohio.
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An estimated 50 employees at Winnipeg's Lucerne plant, which makes cheese and ice cream, are losing their jobs when the plant shuts down this summer.
Traffic had snaked to a standstill in the warren of minuscule streets that make up Fossano's medieval town center.
The European Union wants the United States to back off on selling cheese with names like Parmesan, feta and Gorgonzola because -- they claim -- it cuts into brand identity and sales in EU countries where the cheeses originate.
The European Union contends cheese made in this country isn't authentic enough to carry a European name and wants to ban the use of names like parmesan, feta and gorgonzola on cheese made here at home.
Not to quite the same extent as Jay Z and Beyonce maybe, who went vegan for a month, but then neither did I have an in-house chef concocting delicious meat-free morsels on tap.