• Grated Parmesan cheese is being adulterated

    Dairy Foods May 7, 2015

    In 1945, my grandfather Arthur started an Italian cheese importing business in New York City. In those days, importing required that he travel to Italy regularly to hand-select the cheese he wanted to bring back to the United States. On his return, he would sell it immediately and directly to customers.

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  • Adulterated Parmesan hurts the cheese industry

    Dairy Foods May 7, 2015

    That Parmesan cheese you’re shaking on your spaghetti and meatballs might not be quite up to snuff. One cheesemaker told Dairy Foods that some plants are cutting back on the cheese ingredients and replacing them with starches…

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  • Is There a Cheese Fraud Epidemic?

    QSR Magazine May 4, 2015

    In 1945, my grandfather Arthur started an Italian cheese importing business in New York City. In those days, importing required that he travel to Italy regularly to hand-select the cheese he wanted to bring back to the United States. On his return, he would sell it immediately and directly to customers.

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  • Cheese executive condemns epidemic of inauthentic, inferior additives

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel November 26, 2014

    Neal Schuman says 20% of Italian hard cheese sold in U.S. is inauthentic Millions of pounds of cheese sold in this country every year contain starches, fillers and cellulose that lower the costs for manufacturers but reduce the value for consumers, a cheese industry executive has alleged. Neal Schuman, chief executive officer...

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