Cheese Slices featuring France

The production of genuine Camembert made the old fashioned way from raw milk has rapidly declined in recent years, and its future is now threatened by changes proposed by the largest industrial producers.

Despite being close neighbours, these two large islands in the Mediterranean have distinctly different cheese traditions. While sampling Corsica’s renowned Brocciu, a soft Ewe’s milk cheese, Will is introduced to a traditional version ripened with maggots

Dating back 700 years, Comté Gruyere is one of the most popular cheeses in France, and the most important made under the strict French appellation system.