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Microbial diversity and ‘unique’ cheeses

Traditional cheese-making with raw milk utilises bacteria from the local environment. Today at the Annual Conference, Bronwen Percival, Technical Manager at London-based Neal’s Yard Dairy, will explain how this traditional way of producing cheese is making a comeback, but how … Continue reading

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