Cheese fly

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(Zool.) a black dipterous insect (Piophila casei) of which the larvæ or maggots, called skippers or hoppers, live in cheese.
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It added that as Australia prepares to host the world's firsthalloumi festivalin Melbourne next weekend, and the cheese flies off supermarket shelves across Europe, others in the industry including distributors and sellers are wondering if halloumi's spectacular success has gone too far.
After my Pensacola (Fla.) flight-training accident, I was shipped, 3-day air (my Wisconsin cheese flies faster via Federal Express), to good old Hines VA Hospital in Maywood (Ill.).