Cheese at the End of the 20th Century : Overview

The Vermont cheese market grew rapidly and maintained its growth in the national market during the end of the twentieth century and into the beginning of the twenty-first. The articles in the National Market section describe the significance of the Vermont cheese community in the rest of the country, becoming a prospective leader due to the growing need for cream cheese. Also featured is Vermont's local craftsmanship and how the cheese products progressed from being made in small local shops to bigger facilities, all the while gaining national favor and garnering awards.