Where Did That Name Come From? 

Cheddar Cheese – This ubiquitous cheese gets it’s name from the town of Cheddar in southwest England. Unlike other cheeses named for their town of origin, like Gorgonzola and Parmesan, Cheddar is not covered by a Protected Designation of Origin, which means no matter where it’s produced it can still be legally called Cheddar Cheese. 

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