In France, a Controversy over Camembert

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Large-scale manufacturers in France are hoping to change the rules over what can, and cannot, be regarded as authentic Camembert. The controversy centers around what type of milk can be used to make the cheese.

French food writer and food historian Benedict Beaugé talks with Anthony Brooks.



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