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Why the Son of Jasper Hill Has It In for the Greensboro Cheese Operation That Bears His Name

No comment from me on the dispute between neighbors- but this is an interesting bit of history around the origins of the name Jasper Hill, coming on the heels of their best-of-show win at the ACS CheeseCon last week.

Photo: Ken Picard

Photo: Ken Picard

“…Ordinarily, such a dispute between neighbors would have been resolved amicably, or gone to a mediator or judge. But this fight in the heart of the Northeast Kingdom runs deeper than water: Contrary to popular perception, Jasper Hill isn’t a place but a person — specifically, Stuart Hill’s father. Hill has never forgiven the Kehlers for “stealing” his father’s name for the brand they launched in 2003…”

via Why the Son of Jasper Hill Has It In for the Greensboro Cheese Operation That Bears His Name | Seven Days.

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One comment on “Why the Son of Jasper Hill Has It In for the Greensboro Cheese Operation That Bears His Name

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