Feta from Vologda and camembert from Krasnodar are on the shelves, but sustainability is not key for big producers. Could the emergence of local, organic producers teach the sector some lessons?

A year after Russia banned the import of dairy, meat and fish products from European and other western nations in response to sanctions against it over its actions in Ukraine, a wide array of cheeses is back on store shelves. Shoppers can expect to find the usual variety, but may be surprised to see mozzarella from Tver, feta from Vologda and camembert from Krasnodar.

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Source: The Guardian Circular Economy RSS