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20716
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In Western North Carolina, Jennifer Perkins, who owns Looking Glass Creamery with her husband, Andy, joined forces with other cheese producers, to create a new guide that helps visitors find people who make, serve, and sell local cheeses. Most of the stops are in Asheville and surrounding area. Three creamery stops on the tour have regular business hours and five are available to visit by appointment.
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24075
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The Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project highlights the WNC Cheese Trail during its Local Food Campaign. The trail provides locals with the opportunity to visit farms where cheese is made and buy directly from cheese makers.
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35233
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Leah Chester-Davis asserted this dairy product's appeal among North Carolinians. Among its appealing features are two categories of cheese found in Tar Heel State cheesemaking businesses (artisan and farmstead) and the growing number of cheesemakers.
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