Cheddar is a generally hard, pale-yellow-to-off-white (unless falsely hued), now and again "sharp" (i.e., acidic)-tasting, characteristic cheddar. Beginning in the English town of Cheddar in Somerset, cheeses of this style are generated past this area and in a few nations far and wide. Cheddar is the most famous sort of cheddar in the UK, representing 51 percent of the nation's Â£1.9 billion yearly cheddar market. It is likewise the second-most-well known cheddar in the U.S.A (behind mozzarella), with a normal yearly utilization of 10 lb (4.5 kg) for every capita.
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Last date updated on January, 2021