Camembert causes stink in French parliament in row over quality rules

PARIS (Reuters) – A row over changes to a quality label for camembert cheese reached the French parliament on Wednesday as supporters of a traditional raw-milk recipe distributed samples of the creamy, odorous speciality to lawmakers. The cheese, which takes its name from a village in Normandy and dates back to the 18th century, is […]

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