The already fine line between splurging on gourmet cheese and making an everyday cheese purchase was rendered nearly indistinguishable in 2000, with more and more people seeing the dairy-case delectables as an everyday treat, boosting sales and re-invigorating the category. t the exception," agreed Judy Creighton, co-manager of Creighton's Cheese Fine Foods, San Francisco. According to USADATA Consultant and Market Research reports, retail sales of specialty cheeses will reach $2.9 billion ...
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