The Marin French Cheese company is kicking off a year-long celebration honoring its 150 years of artisan cheese production. This company could be the longest continuously running cheese business within the U.S.. They still build the exact same common types of Brie and Camembert using the finest dairy from nearby family dairies including ones from Petaluma.
Jim Boyce purchased Marin French Cheese in 1998. After he passed on Marin French was bought by Rians (a French family-owned company of cheese suppliers) in 2011, a respected cheese producer that also owns Laura Chenel’s Chèvre in nearby Sonoma. They have since updated with state-of-the-art cheese production equipment and aging rooms, improved wrappers and brand identification, and updated creamery retail shop promotions of regional foods and picnic fares.
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