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A Gold at Nantwich for our New Mystery Cheese!


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Ribblesdale Cheese wins a Gold  Cheese Award

Nantwich International Cheese Awards – Ribblesdale Cheese, artisan cheese makers based in North Yorkshire, have won a gold award at the International Cheese Awards on 30 and 31 July in Nantwich, England.

The annual cheese show consisted of 190 international judges and over 4,200 cheese entries, a record number, from over 27 countries.  This is a link to results.

We also won a bronze for our Matured Natural Rinded Goat cheese (see picture left) and a very highly recommended for our natural rinded matured sheep cheese.

Hey, congratulations all round!  Winning a gold for a new product that we developed a little over three months ago is tremendously validating.  It would be nice if it resulted in the phone ringing off the table, but that hasn’t happened to us in the past when we have been lucky enough to win awards, however, if it means a greater awareness of the dedication of the two and a half of…

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