A cheese company lost two-thirds of its business in the pandemic — but now is thriving by relying on the 'Slow Food' philosophy

A cheese company lost two-thirds of its business in the pandemic — but now is thriving by relying on the 'Slow Food' philosophy

Noah’s Cheese, a cheese company from South Africa, was losing two-thirds of its business at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Now, the company is thriving by adhering to the “Slow Food” movement,

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