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One of the first cheeses to be granted AOC (Appelation d’Origine Controlee) status back in 1958, Comté can only be produced with the uniq...
One of the first cheeses to be granted AOC (Appelation d’Origine Controlee) status back in 1958, Comté can only be produced with the unique milk of the brown and white Montbeliarde cow, indigenous to the Franche-Comté region of France from where the cheese takes its name. 

The cheese’s origins go back to the time of the 12th century. Ever since then it has been hand-made by artisans in 170 small village dairies which form the beating heart of their communities. 

With its enormous cultural and economic value Comté is therefore much more than a great cheese. It is a heritage.
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