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Executive condemns epidemic of fake Italian cheese

Melanie Wong | Dec 3, 201404:59 PM    

"...Without revealing names, Schuman said some cheese manufacturers use excessive amounts of cellulose, potato starch and nondairy fillers to lower their costs — and they don't include all of the ingredients on the label. It could become a food safety issue, he said, if an undisclosed ingredient was an allergen..."

Executive condemns epidemic of fake Italian cheese

Neal Schuman of the cheesemaker Arthur Schuman Inc. says the products with inferior additives often come in the form of dry grated cheese sold in grocery...

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