Gordon Edgar, Cheese Whiz

In his debut book, Gordon Edgar discusses his maturation from disaffected punk rock activist into a full-blown cheese aficionado. In his debut book Cheesemonger: A Life on the Wedge, Gordon Edgar unwraps the world of artisanal cheese for the uninitiated consumer.

Queseria Bendita Recalls Fresh Cheeses, Possible Health Risk

February 22, 2010 FDA

Queseria Bendita ofYakima, Wash., is recalling three
types of cheese, Queso Fresco, Panela, and Requeson, because they have the
potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes

Gold Medalist Kearney To Get Own Ben & Jerry’s Flavor

February 22, 2010 Erik Matuszewski, Bloomberg

Ben & Jerry’s Homemade Inc., a closely held ice cream maker based in Kearney’s
home state of Vermont, said it would bring out a new flavor to honor the
champion of the women’s freestyle moguls at the Winter Games in Vancouver.

Cowgirl Creamery To Expand In San Francisco’s Ferry Building

Cowgirl Creamery will expand its space in San Francisco’s Ferry Building
Marketplace and add a food service to the business.

Straight From The Cow, Local Dairy Farms Strategize To Survive

The Farmers Cow, a group of six Connecticut family dairy farms, is benefiting from the increased demand for locally grown products. The group has struck deals with a number of regional supermarket chains and local stores, including Big Y, Geisslers, Price Chopper, Shaws, Shop-Rite and Stop & Shop.