France is well-known for its cheese and dairy products. It is not surprising that there is a French expression using the national bounty.
CHANGER DE CRÉMERIE
TO SWITCH DAIRY SHOP
TO TAKE ONE’S BUSINESS ELSEWHERE
The crémerie in late 19th century France was an unpretentious neighborhood restaurant where simple food was served with coffee.
One said that late customers, asked to leave at closing time, would protest saying they would go to another crémerie.
Since late 20th century this French expression is used in a commercial context. Unhappy customers take their business elsewhere.
A crémerie is not longer a small restaurant in contemporary France but the shop where dairy products (we’ve got a ton in France!) are sold.
P.S. As always if you know a similar expression either in French or American English, go ahead! I am very fond of idioms as they say so much about a culture and its people.