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19th and 20th Century Developments
In the dynamic narrative of cheese history, 19th and 20th Century Developments marked significant milestones in its evolution. The industrial revolution brought about innovations in cheese production, with mechanization streamlining processes and increasing efficiency. This period witnessed the rise of cheese factories, standardizing production and enabling wider distribution. Technological advancements such as pasteurization ensured safer and more consistent cheese products, while transportation networks facilitated global trade, introducing diverse cheeses to new markets. Moreover, scientific discoveries in microbiology and food science revolutionized cheese-making techniques, leading to the development of new varieties and flavors. The 19th and 20th centuries thus represent a transformative era in the history of cheese, characterized by innovation, industrialization, and the expansion of culinary horizons.