A former Castle Cheese executive was found guilty of several charges related to the fraudulent labeling of grated Parmesan and Romano cheese.
An investigation of several top-selling brands of grated parmesan cheese found that most brands contained double the acceptable amount of wood pulp, or nearly 10 percent of the product’s volume. What do you think?
Acting on a tip, agents of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration paid a surprise visit to a cheese factory in rural Pennsylvania in 2012. They found evidence that Castle Cheese was doctoring its 100 percent real parmesan with cut-ra...
Target among retailers that sold mislabeled grated parmesan and romano made only with other cheeses and wood pulp filler
That 100% Parmesan cheese you've been sprinkling on your pasta may be adulterated with wood pulp and other cheeses.