The President of Castle Cheese Inc., which produced Parmesan cheese containing lower grade cheese substitutes for almost 3 decades is to plead guilty in February to charges, according to Bloomberg.
Bloomberg, lab-tested some grocery bought grated cheese. They found that most of the cheeses contained cellulose, which is made from wood pulp. While cellulose is permitted as a cheese filler at 4% or less of the final product, the tests indicated that most times these percentages were a lot higher.
We've already got some suggestions from our cooking community to safe guard our children's plates. Buying a block of cheese and grating it yourself into your pasta meals and on your homemade pizza.
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