Title

More than a dozen small Maine firms are currently producing specialty cheeses in

Authors

Brooke Dojny

Source

Down East

Date

6-1-2003

Pages

60-63, 89-90

Abstract

More than a dozen small Maine firms are currently producing specialty cheeses in the state. Most of the cheese being crafted in Maine is made from goat's milk, although there are one or two cow's milk cheese makers. The market for local cheese is strong, and Kris Horton, owner of Horton Specialty Foods in Portland's Public Market, says she sells out of Maine cheeses every week. With a focus on cheese makers from Sunset Acres in Brooksville, Appleton Creamery in Appleton, Hahn's End in Phippsburg, Seal Cove in Lamoine and York Hill in New Sharon.

Subjects

Cheese

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