Dale Farm recognised at International Cheese Show
Dale Farm has been recognised at the prestigious International Cheese Show 2019, which took place in Nantwich, Cheshire.
6 August 2019 | 0
Dale Farm, the UK’s largest farmer-owned dairy cooperative has been recognised for its world-class quality products, picking up a total of 36 awards at the International Cheese Show, which took place this week in Nantwich, Cheshire.
Dale Farm’s cheese, cottage cheese, quark and yogurt ranges were recognised, with the cooperative receiving an impressive array of accolades including 11 gold, 7 silver and 11 bronze awards.
Expert International Cheese Show judges sampled over 5,500 entries from some of the world’s leading cheesemakers and dairy producers.
Dale Farm markets its cheese ranges under the Dale Farm and Dromona brands in Northern Ireland and the UK, along with Rowan Glen in Scotland. Dale Farm also supplies cheese to many major retailers for their own brand ranges. The company produces 50,000 tonnes of cheddar per annum from its state-of-the-art plant in Cookstown, County Tyrone, using milk supplied by its dairy farmer owners.
Group commercial director Stephen Cameron said Dale Farm is extremely proud to once again have its products recognised by the industry. “These accolades represent not only a stamp of approval from the experts,” said Cameron, “but also a guarantee of product quality for the consumer.”