While Beecher’s takes food safety seriously, testing both its raw and pasteurized cheeses when they come out of inventory, Dammeier noted that the subject of food safety doesn’t come up much with Beecher’s consumers. “Very rarely do people ask [about food safety], they just assume,” he said. In addition to pregnant women warned by doctors to avoid raw milk cheeses, Mader said he does have the occasional customer who comes to the cheese counter looking to ...

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