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Bio: Adam Moskowitz, The Cheesemonger Invitational Founder

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Adam Moskowitz, Founder: The Cheesemonger Invitational

I took over Larkin Cold Storage as President 8 years ago.  One year later we launched EuroLarkin.  One year later I launched Cheesemonger Invitational.  One year later we relaunched Columbia Cheese with a focus on village dairies.  In 2013 I purchased Larkin and Columbia from my father.  (that is my biggest professional accomplishment to date)  Today I run Larkin, Columbia, CMI, sit on the board of EuroLarkin, and in my spare time, curate The Barnyard Collective which is a cheese education center in NYC.  So I do not have a typical work day.  I must say my team is amazing.  I believe I work with the best people in the business.  The most typical thing I do on the daily is solve problems.  I am like the wolf from pulp fiction.

Check out The Barnyard Collective and become a part of the conversation. Visit The Cheesemonger Invitational, Columbia Cheese and “Like” The Cheesemonger Invitational on Facebook.

Read my Q&A with Adam here.

Interviews with All Cheese Professionals: Cheesemakers andCheese Professionals

Interviews will continue throughout 2015… sometimes, they will be “stand-alone” and sometimes they will be presented as round-table discussions with several Cheese Professionals answering the same question. Those participating include Cheesemakers, ACS CCPs™,Cheesemongers and Cheese Professionals and Experts who contribute to this Wonderful World we call “Cheese”.

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