COVID Lockdowns Pile Up 13.3 Million Pounds of Halloumi on Cyprus

NICOSIA – International lockdowns trying to slow the COVID-19 have left some 6 million kilos (13,3 million pounds) of Cyprus’ prized halloumi cheese, called “white gold” by producers and consumers, in cold storage stockpiles on the island.

Commerce Minister Natas Pilides told the Parliament that the government will use its embassies around the world to help speed exports of the product that’s renowned for its ability to be grilled without melting, like saganaki in Greece.

“Through the...


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COVID Lockdowns Pile Up 13.3 Million Pounds of Halloumi on Cyprus


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