The Carbery Group secured a prestigious Gold Award for its Dubliner Lighter White Cheese at the 2019 British Cheese Awards.
According to the statement, the event took place recently at the Royal Bath & West Show in Somerset, England.
International Cheese Competition
Carbery Group, based in Ballineen, West Cork, is one of Ireland's largest cheddar producers.
The Group also took home four bronze awards for its Carbery Cracker White; Dubliner Red; Mature White and 14% half fat cheddar cheese products at the international cheese competition.
It reveals that Carbery demonstrates the industry-leading expertise and its investment put behind product innovation in the development of cheddars and reduced fat cheese that tastes great.
Commitment And Expertise
"We are very proud to have secured this top award for our Dubliner Lighter White cheese at this year’s British Cheese Awards," said Jerry O'Sullivan, cheese production manager, Carbery Group.
"This win is a testament to the commitment and expertise of our team at Carbery in Ballineen, using advanced technology to create an award-winning product for our customers. Carbery’s reputation for high-quality products is hugely important to our milk suppliers and our customers and these awards presented to us from the cheese manufacturing sector validates the high standards to which we operate,” he said.
The Carbery Group is one of the largest single cheese-producing facility in the country, producing almost 25% of Ireland’s annual cheese output.
The competition, which attracted over 1,000 entries this year, is designed to highlight the quality and diversity of cheese available throughout the UK and Ireland.
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