Camembert Cheese Might Be Going Extinct

Camembert Cheese Might Be Going Extinct

It’s the second-most-popular cheese in France. But genuine Camembert might soon disappear

Camembert Cheese Might Be Going Extinct
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On the face of it, Camembert doesn’t seem like an endangered species. In fact, the soft-ripened cheese seems like the opposite: Three hundred and sixty million wheels are produced annually in France. It’s ubiquitous in the U.S. with the cheese and crackers set, and the second-most-popular fromagesold in French markets. Trader Joe’s even hawks “Camembert Cheeese & Cranberry Sauce Fillo Bites” (the three e’s in cheese are purposeful). But if you’re a connoisseur of the cheese spelled with just two e’s, then you’re looking for a wheel made to the exacting specifications that allow it to be stamped PDO—the French label that signifies provenance from a specific region in France…….

Source: Camembert Cheese Might Be Going Extinct – Bloomberg

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