Cheddar Cheese Prices Skyrocket Due To Chinese Demand

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Cheddar Cheese Prices Skyrocket Due To Chinese Demand

The Dairy Export Council reported this week that the cost of cheddar cheese climbed 18 percent this year to its highest price ever because domestic manufacturers have been unable to meet the demand for cheese by Chinese purchasers. What do you think?

  • “People laughed when I bought all that cheddar cheese. Well, who’s laughing now?”

    Mark Rhodes
    Sound Check Coordinator
  • “I knew this day would come. I didn’t know it would involve cheese or China in any way, but still. I knew.”

    Colleen Clapton
    Urban Planner
  • “Wait until they find out about smoked Gouda. The entire agricultural marketplace is going to collapse.”

    Philip Sylbert
    Systems Analyst