(From The Northern Echo)
Byline: Steve Parsley
Cheesemakers in the Yorkshire Dales are in line to benefit from France's opposition to the war against Iraq.
Americans have lost their taste for products from across the Channel,
and buyers working for major suppliers in the States have started combing the UK for British alternatives to French produce. Yesterday, they travelled the road already trodden by plasticine partners and cheese lovers Wallace and Grommet to the Wensleydale Creamery in Hawes.
"I think it's fair to say there is a massive swing away from French produce," said Byron Hanson, who has 20 stores to stock in Minneapolis …