From French Brie to British Stilton: Cheesemakers Turn to Public With Cry For Help

June 29, 2020 Alex Ledsom, Forbes

Many cheesemakers have suffered a huge dip in sales during the pandemic, leading many producers in France and England to worry about the future of the industry. The wonderfully pungent and crumbly Stilton cheese, which Robinson Crusoe author Daniel Defoe called in 1724, the “British version of parmesan” is just the latest to ask for help.

Marin French Cheese Introduces Petite Mustard Brie

January 14, 2019 Marin French Cheese

Petite Mustard, a triple-cream brie with bold, nutty aromatic characteristics of black and brown mustard seeds, is the hottest new addition to Marin French Cheese’s Petite Collection, rounding out the range of 4-ounce wheels to a total of eight varieties.