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Judge Throws Out Dozens of Lawsuits About the Wood Pulp in Parmesan
He said reasonable people assume cheese that’s “unrefrigerated for an extended period of time” contains additives.
Executive Behind Parmesan Wood-Pulp Fraud May Get Jail Time
But only a max of six months — the rest of her punishment could be work at a soup kitchen.
Lawsuit Accuses Walmart of Defrauding Shoppers With Fake Parmesan
The company’s “100% Grated Parmesan” allegedly contains as much as 10 percent wood pulp.
Food Companies Have Started Pulling Parmesans With Wood From Stores
Well, that didn’t take long.
FDA Says ‘Parmesan’ Cheese Might Actually Be Cheddar or Wood Pulp
Tests of several brands contained absolutely no Parmesan at all.
Europe to America: Stop Using Our Cheese Names for Your Crappy Products
Europe’s venerable cheese-makers are saying that trade laws are too semi-soft.
Starbucks: Adding Parmesan Solves Egg Smell
Cheese no longer reserved for adding flavor.