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Swiss cheese makers have lost the legal controversy over the Crowe in the United States

Gruyère is a particularly slow-ripening and especially spicy Swiss cheese. He comes from the area around the town of Cruires of the same name in the province of Freiburg. Or? Not necessary: ​​A court in the United States has ruled that other producers may call themselves cheese cheerleaders.

The reason given by the court: Consumers in the United States generally understand crude as a mild, melting cheese – regardless of its origin. Gruyère is treated differently than champagne, for example: the so-called only bright wine from French champagne. The same goes for cognac (a part of France) or French Rockford cheese.