Food of the Eighties, String Cheese
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Another product which may have originated earlier(I'm not sure), but that I know had a surge in the 80s.
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Hannah - January 04, 2008 - Report this comment
I have always liked string cheese and still eat it to this very day.
Rob Lambert - May 16, 2017 - Report this comment
Living in Wisconsin, I've had plenty of exposure to string cheese. The two main brands are Sargento and Schneider's. Prior to 1970, there wasn't much packaged string cheese (mostly mozzarella). You had to find a true Italian-run delicatessen where it was literally sold by the foot or yard. One, Tenuta's in Kenosha, does it the "old country" way.

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