Boursin is a trademarked brand of Gournay cheese. It is a soft creamy cheese available in a variety of flavours, with a flavor and texture somewhat similar to cream cheese. Boursin cheese was first developed in 1963 by François Boursin in Normandy, and at one time was produced exclusively in Croisy-sur-Eure, France, by the Boursin company. In 1990, the Boursin name was aquired by Unilever who sold it to Groupe Bel in November 2007 for 400 million euros.
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