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This week on Eating Matters, host Kim Kessler is leading a discussion on food safety with guests Denis Stearns, Alli Condra, Margot Pollans, and Brian Snyder. Opening the show speaking with Denis regarding his law practice experience seeing more and more food safety cases, the conversation turns to the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) which was signed into law by President Obama on January 4, 2011. It aims to ensure the U.S. food supply is safe by shifting the focus of federal regulators from responding to contamination to preventing it. The group discusses if the bill and implications and also if it has been successful before turning to issues concerning small farmers and those advocating for the small farmers across the country. This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

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A few months ago, Joe Salonia of Gourmino Cheese launched a hashtag to promote a cheese we all know and love: #SavetheEmmentaler. While this quintessentially Swiss cheese may seem ubiquitous at cheese counters across the U.S., like many well known European cheeses today, legal, cultural, and economic forces are shifting production of Emmentaler away from it's historic origins. Tune in to hear host Greg Blais discuss this topic with Joe in Cutting the Curd's first installment of our Lost Cheese series. This program was brought to you by Academie Opus Caseus.

"Gourmino is essentially a cooperative of cheesemakers operating in the heart of Switzerland... we're the only company that's making and aging Emmentaler in the Emmental."

"This is the cheese that the culture of Switzerland is constantly trying to improve year after year, generation after generation."

--Joe Salonia on Cutting the Curd

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On today's "Book Review" edition of Cutting the Curd, host Diane Stemple reviews "The Cabot Creamery Cookbook," which features recipes and stories from members of the Cabot Creamery cooperative - 1,200 dairy farm families located throughout New England and upstate New York. Diane is joined by New England Emmy award-winning host of Neighborhood Kitchens on PBS, Margarita Martinez, and Craig Gile, cheese grader for Cabot. Both Margarita and Craig contributed their own stories and recipes to this heartwarming and mouth-watering book and tell Diane about how they were recruited before both give their thoughts on recent cheese related issues as well as how they found themselves working in cheese in the first place. This program was brought to you by The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board.

"I've always been a fan of Cabot products and their cheese and also the heritage of the cooperative, so I heartily agreed to come onboard and collaborate." [2:40]

--Margarita Martinez on Cutting the Curd

"We are a farmer owned coop but we do have pretty high standards what we expect from our farmers, so there's an application process [to join the Cabot cooperative]." [6:55]

--Craig Gile on Cutting the Curd

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