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The Western North Carolina Cheese Trail

Jennifer Perkins turns cheese cooling in a cold room at Looking Glass Creamery in Fletcher. The creamery will be part of the cheese trail in WNC. / Bill Sanders/wsanders@citizen-times.com

The Western North Carolina Cheese Trail is now an official nonprofit entity… …Instead of a road paved with gouda, imagine a unifying force behind which our area farmstead and artisan producers may promote and develop locally-made cheese — and in the process, lift the perception of the American cheese craft beyond, well, Kraft. “We’re trying to foster and create this community and represent all of the industry,” said Perkins. “And that’s true of other cheese trails if you look to them,” she said. “Whether you’re open for visitors or not, you’re still part of the Western North Carolina Cheese Trail community.”

via Say cheese in Asheville area | The Asheville Citizen-Times | citizen-times.com.

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