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200 different semi-hard cheeses from Switzerland

, : 200 different semi-hard cheeses from Switzerland. Schweizerische Milchzeitung 121(45): 5

In Switzerland, 37 000 t semi-hard cheese are manufactured annually, accounting for 30% of the total cheese production. There are about 200 different types of cheese with a range of fat contents and flavours.

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