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Renaissance to Industrial Revolution
Renaissance to Industrial Revolution marks a pivotal era in the history of cheese, witnessing profound transformations in its production, distribution, and consumption. Throughout this period, cheese-making techniques evolved, spurred by scientific advancements and changing socio-economic landscapes. Innovations in agriculture and technology fueled mass production, facilitating the accessibility of cheese to a broader audience. The Renaissance saw the refinement of cheese varieties and the emergence of regional specialties, reflecting cultural diversity and culinary sophistication. During the Industrial Revolution, mechanization revolutionized cheese production, streamlining processes and enhancing efficiency. Industrialization enabled the standardization of cheese quality and enabled its widespread commercialization, shaping modern cheese-making practices. The transition from artisanal to industrial cheese production revolutionized global food markets, cementing cheese’s status as a staple in cuisines worldwide.