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Description: Brie is an agricultural area east of Paris, the capital of which is Meaux. It produces wheat and sugar-beet but is chiefly known for its dairy produce, in particular the famous cheeses.
Most frequent country: France
Most frequent region: Brie in Île-de-France
See places: French food and cuisine, Île-de-France
See foods and dishes: Brie de Coulommiers, Brie de Meaux, Brie de Melun, Brie de Melun Bleu, Brie de Melun Frais, Brie de Montereau, Brie Laitier, Brie Petit Moule, Cendré de la Brie, Le Fougerus