French Cheese Traditionalists Win Latest Round of 12-Year Camembert Battle

A long-running battle over the future of France’s most famous cheese came to a head on Friday with a victory for traditionalists.

The world of camembert cheese has been rocked for more than 12 years by a hard-fought battle over the type of milk that is permitted in the product.

Traditionalists say it must only be produced with unpasturised milk, produced by cows that graze on Normandy grass.

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