Cheeses of the Cooperative Laitière de la Sèvre have been quoted in the article “Our gastronomy does a round trip world of plates” published in December 30 in La Nouvelle République media.
Cakes in New York, Echiré butter in Tokyo, cheeses from the Cooperative Laitière de Sèvre in Australia…. The emblematic products of the department of Deux-Sèvres are sold all over the planet.
Who would think finding some products of “Celles-sur-Belle” in a supermarket in Berkeley, San Francisco’s university district? And yet that’s the case. Goat cheese, as typically French as it is, is what we are most likely to find on the other side of the world. The Cooperative Laitière de la Sèvre located in Celles-sur-Belle sells its cheeses in North America.
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