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Hawes cheesemaker set to win six-year campaign for protected status for Wensleydale cheese (From The Westmorland Gazette)

Westmorland Gazette

Westmorland Gazette

A CHEESEMAKER is set to win a six-year campaign to protect Wallace and Gromit’s favourite food.

Wensleydale Creamery, which first applied for protected food name status in 2007, is expected to be granted Protected Geographical Indication for Yorkshire Wensleydale by the EU early next year.

The status would mean that only the Hawes-based producer, which employs 225 staff, and any future producers in a limited area surrounding the dale, could label their cheese as ‘Yorkshire Wensleydale’.

via Hawes cheesemaker set to win six-year campaign for protected status for Wensleydale cheese (From The Westmorland Gazette).


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