What's in a name? How cheese became a...

What's in a name? How cheese became a wedge issue in the free-trade era

There are 1 comment on the Globe and Mail story from Mar 18, 2014, titled What's in a name? How cheese became a wedge issue in the free-trade era. In it, Globe and Mail reports that:

Ontario cheese-maker Shep Ysselstein, who honed his craft in Switzerland, made a conscious choice not to use European names for his cheeses.

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