" . . . In his latest opinion, Judge Hamilton wrote that if companies could lawfully claim to sell 100 percent grated cheese that contained additives, it would put their competitors at a disadvantage.
Lauren Dykes, a spokesperson for Schuman Cheese, a Fairfield, New Jersey-based company, agrees. She says her company’s Cello brand grated Parmesan, which isn’t made with cellulose, costs more to produce. As a result, her company can’t sell the cheese at lower prices, and she claims the higher price point has led some retailers, such as Albertsons and Stop & Shop, to decline to carry it. . ."
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