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Cheesemongering in the Time of COVID: Wisconsin Small Shop Spotlight


COVID-19 has turned the world upside down, upending life as we know it for small businesses. But these Wisconsin shops have found creative ways to thrive.

Larry's Market

Shop Talk: Larry’s Market in Brown Deer, Wisconsin


Today, Wisconsin is famous for award-winning wheels, but—believe it or not—there was a time when artisan cheese was lacking in America’s Dairyland. In 1971, most cheese was the mass-produced brick variety, of which Larry Ehlers, a grocery store owner in Milwaukee, was not a fan. Seeking an edge in the supermarket industry, he traveled to […]