South African Cheesery Survived The Pandemic Thanks To Slow Food Movement

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South African Cheesery Survived The Pandemic Thanks To Slow Food Movement

When the pandemic hit, Noah’s Cheese lost two-thirds of its business overnight. It was able to stay in business thanks to the "Slow Food Movement” that promotes short supply chains, locally sourced ingredients, and quality over quantity and speed.

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South African Cheesery Survived The Pandemic Thanks To Slow Food Movement


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