Stat of the day: 41%

The amount British cheese exports to the United States have increased in the last year.

by MT Staff
Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013
It seems Kraft's infamous cheese in a can no longer holds much sway for the Yanks, who have got a taste for imports from Britain's decidedly classier cheesemakers. Exports from the UK have jumped by 41% to £185m. And it looks like the French aren't the only Europeans making waves in the cheese market: British exports to the European Union rose by 23% to £1.1bn last year. Monty Python said it first: Blessed are the cheesemakers...

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