Retailers in different marketing areas are breathing some new life into their specialty cheese programs by adding more varieties to their mix. Some are putting a stronger focus on domestic cheeses than they have in the past as they expand the items in their cases. That is because of relatively stable pricing, compared with fluctuating import prices. Also, an increasing number of U.S. companies are making stateside versions of European favorites such as brie and bleu, which have lower ...

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