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1.04% more soft and semi-hard cheese manufactured


, : 1.04% more soft and semi-hard cheese manufactured. Schweizerische Milchzeitung 121(36): 7

The Swiss Association of Soft and Semi-hard Cheese Manufacturers (SGWH) issued its 35th annual report. In 1994/95, production of soft and semi-hard cheeses increased by 1.04% to 32 589 t, mainly due to the popularity of Mozzarella cheese. Total production of soft cheeses decreased by 57 t to 11 520 t during the year because of the closure of 2 cheese factories and increasing imports of fresh cheese from the EU.

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