In the 19th century to early 20th century there were thousands of cheesemakers making territorial cheeses.  But later in the 20th century the numbers dropped so low you could count the number of territorial cheesemakers on your fingers.  What caused this drastic change? Jason Hinds examines this phenomena on episode 228 of Cutting the Curd.

 

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