Appenzeller is another variety of cheese made in Switzerland, and resembles Emmenthaler. Other versions of Swiss cheese are made in most of the major cheese-producing nations of the world, including Austria, Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands, and the United States. Most of the Swiss-style cheeses made in other countries tend to have a milder taste than the characteristic slightly bitter tang of genuine Swiss cheese, but they may be less expensive because they are produced locally.
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