Industrialization

Industrialization revolutionized the history of cheese, marking a pivotal shift from artisanal craftsmanship to mechanized production methods during the Renaissance to Industrial Revolution era. Innovations in machinery and processing techniques streamlined cheese-making, increasing efficiency and scale. The Industrial Revolution propelled cheese production from small-scale operations to large factories, significantly expanding accessibility and affordability. This transformative period witnessed the standardization of cheese production, leading to the mass distribution of cheese varieties previously limited to local markets. Industrialization not only altered the landscape of cheese-making but also influenced cultural perceptions and consumption patterns, shaping the modern cheese industry as we know it today.

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