Location was Bern, Switzerland, dates was in 1815, as the first Cheese factory went into service.
- History of cheese – Wikipedia
The first factory for the industrial production of cheese opened in Switzerland in 1815. However, the large-scale production found real success in the United States. Credit goes to Jesse Williams, a dairy farmer from Rome, New York.
- History of Cheese | International Dairy Foods Association
In fact, the Pilgrims included cheese in the Mayflower’s supplies when they made their voyage to America in 1620. The making of cheese quickly spread in the New World, but until the 19th century it remained a local farm industry. It wasn’t until 1851 that the first cheese factory in the United States was built by Jesse Williams …
- Cheese – Wikipedia
The first factory for the industrial production of cheese opened in Switzerland in 1815, but large-scale production first found real success in the United States.
- History of Cheese | National Historic Cheesemaking Center
In 1831 Wisconsin’s first farmstead cheese factory was opened in Koshkonong. In 1841 Mrs. Anne Pickett established Wisconsin’s first “cottage industry cheese factory” using milk from neighbors’ cows. Seventeen years later John J. Smith obtained Wisconsin’s first cheese vat and made cheese at home in Sheboygan …
- First Commercial Cheese Factory | History Channel on Foxtel
On this day in 1815, the world’s first commercial cheese factory began operating in Switzerland, ushering in the mass industrialisation of one our most pop.