Anne Saxelby, of Saxelby Cheesemongers, Dies at 40
Anne Saxelby Obituary – Anne Saxelby, the organizer and co-proprietor of Saxelby Cheesemongers, has died at 40 years old. The New York Times initially revealed that Saxelby passed on Saturday, October 9 and had a hidden heart condition.
Saxelby turned into a main figure in the business for supporting craftsman cheeses made in America — an ethos that put her aside from different shops when she opened in the Essex Street Market’s unique area in 2006. At Saxelby Cheesemongers, she gave free creators like Vermont’s Jasper Hill Farm a stage that aided sling it to public achievement. In 2017, Saxelby extended her Manhattan impression with an extra area in Chelsea Market.
Last year, she distributed an outlined book with Ten Speed Press, The New Rules of Cheese: A Freewheelin’ and Informative Guide.
Saxelby had frequently been a pioneer for her industry. In 2020, she composed a commentary for Eater about the battles of running a discount and retail cheddar business without eateries’ business during the pandemic. Bowery Boogie likewise revealed that Saxelby was a promoter for the Essex Street Market’s kindred sellers.
Eateries like Saint Julivert and Emma’s Torch — just as associates in the dairy business — have run to Instagram with recognitions for the late cheesemonger.
In the wake of Saxelby’s demise, Saxelby Cheesemongers will be driven by her long-lasting colleague, Benoit Breal, as per the Times. In a 2020 meeting with Grub Street, Saxelby referenced her union with Heritage Foods’ Patrick Martins and that they had three youngsters.