Not so 'grate' news for cheese lovers.

Even as American cheese consumption grows, the European Union said that it would like the U.S. to stop using its European names for cheese. Many cheeses are named for the places in which they are made. Popular varieties like Feta, Brie and Parmesan might have to change their famous monikers if they are not made in the respective regions.

The U.S. is worried about how this will affect their brands, but the good news is that Wisconsin cheddar isn't going anywhere!

Watch the video above to learn more about this potential cheese crisis.

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