Camembert makers in row over name
The dispute over what to call Camembert made in Normandy that does not qualify as Camember de Normandie rages on, and this video from the BBC does a great job clarifying what tends to be a confusing argument:
Traditional cheese makers in France plan to take their industrial-scale competitors to court in a row over who can legally call their product Camembert of Normandy.
The small-scale producers say the mass-market companies are misleading consumers with the marketing of their cheese, and they risk killing off authentic camembert in the process.
David Chazan reports from Normandy.