This New York Business Calls Cheese And Regenerative Agriculture A Winning Combo

New York City-based Saxelby Cheesemongers has been pushing for American cheeses for over a decade. Now, founder Anne Saxelby is making the connection between American cheesemakers and climate change. Yes, your cheese plate can play a role, she says. 

“Regenerative farming and small-scale, grass-based cheesemaking go hand in hand. Cows, and grass-eating ruminants in general, are the ideal stewards of this system because their grazing allows the grass to re-grow several times throughout the course of the season, and their manure and urine are Mother Nature’s original, and best, fertilizers.”

When she started the shop in Manhattan in 2006, the conversation was primarily around making American cheese as

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