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|Country of origin||France|
|Source of milk||cow|
Le Coutances is a French double-cream cow's milk cheese from the town of Coutances. It has a thin, bloomy rind and a rich, intense flavor. It is produced by the French food company Bongrain, and comes in 200 gram cylinders of 7.5 cm diameter and 4.5 cm thickness.
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