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New Virginia Cheesemaker – Georges Mill Farm Artisan Cheese opens

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“After several months of difficult work, Loudoun’s first goat cheese maker is officially open for business.

With a Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services license in hand, Molly and Sam Kroiz, owners of Georges Mill Farm Artisan Cheese

During the last four months, the Kroizs have been hard at work building their creamery and preparing the farm for their new business.

With tasks like construction of the creamery, marketing at rural festivals like the Loudoun Grown Expo and birthing goat kids behind them, the future of the business is now underway.

With the hard labor mostly completed, the business routine now begins, as their specialized and one-of-a-kind cheese can hit the dinner tables of homes in western Loudoun…”

via Lovettsville’s Georges Mill Farm Artisan Cheese officially open for business | LoudounTimes.com.


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