Until 2013 it was known that the country that exported the most cheese was Germany, but to date, which is the country that exports the most?
Ranking of countries that export the most cheese in the world
Ranking of countries that export the most cheese in the world


Today eDairy Market tells you which are the countries that export the most cheese.

1) France: France is famous for its cheese production and exports a wide variety of cheeses, such as Camembert, Roquefort and Brie.

2) The Netherlands: The Netherlands is a major exporter of cheese, known for Gouda and Edam cheeses.

3) Germany: Germany also exports several types of cheese, such as Emmental and Limburger.

4) Italy: Italy is famous for Parmesan, Mozzarella and other cheeses, and is a notable exporter of these dairy products.

5) United States: The United States has a growing cheese export market, with cheeses such as cheddar, mozzarella and processed cheese being some of the main products exported.

6) New Zealand: New Zealand is known for exporting high quality dairy products, including cheese.

7) Denmark: Denmark is a major exporter of cheese, especially varieties such as Danablu (Danish blue cheese) and Havarti.

8) Switzerland: Switzerland is famous for its cheese, including Swiss cheese (Emmental and Gruyère), and exports these cheeses to several countries.


And which are the most consumed?

1) France: France is known for its strong cheese culture, and cheese consumption per capita in France is one of the highest in the world. Several types of cheese are an integral part of French cuisine.

2) Greece: Feta cheese and other dairy products are staples in Greek cuisine, which contributes to the relatively high cheese consumption in Greece.

3) Denmark: Denmark has a rich tradition of cheese consumption, with a wide variety of cheeses popular in Danish cuisine.

4) Italy: Italy is famous for its cheese-based dishes, such as pizza and pasta, which contribute to a significant per capita cheese consumption.

5) Germany: Germany is known for its love of cheese, with several types of cheese used in traditional dishes such as sausages and pretzels.

6) United States: The United States has a significant cheese consumption rate, with cheese being a common ingredient in various dishes and a popular snack.

7) Netherlands: Cheese consumption in the Netherlands is remarkably high, with Dutch cheeses such as Gouda and Edam being popular both nationally and internationally.

8) Switzerland: Swiss cheese, including Emmental and Gruyère, is a fundamental part of Swiss cuisine, which contributes to the high consumption of cheese in the country.

9) Australia: Cheese consumption has been on the rise in Australia, being a popular ingredient in sandwiches, burgers and other dishes.


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