A long long time ago, some Spanish dudes put a bunch of cattle on a ship and brought them over to South America.
Fast-forward to now and Ecuador’s dairy industry is selling 1/4 billion dollars of dairy products in a year.
Cheese, milk, ice cream, yogurt, and more.
Ecuador produces 5.2 million liters of milk a day, and a lot of that is used for cheese.
According to a study done by Pulso Ecuador, 84% of Ecuadorian households regularly consume cheese.
But what kind of cheese? How are they eating it? Why are expats so down the cheese here? Is it cause most of them are knob heads?
That’s what we’re going to find out right now!!!!