Aldi’s specially selected Irish Buffalo Macroom has received a Gold Award, competing against 3,000 cheeses from 30 different countries, at the World Cheese Awards, according to a recent statement.
The Cork made cheese has been rated as 'one of the best in the world' by a panel of 250 experts.
Aldi’s Group Buying Director Finbar McCarthy said that this particular product; Aldi’s Specially Selected Irish Buffalo Mozzarella has won multiple awards at home and internationally this year, which is proof you don't have to compromise on price to enjoy the best quality.
Ireland’s only buffalo farmer, Johnny Lynch and 'Black Beauty', a 750 kilo member of his West Cork herd of buffalo, recently starred in Aldi’s popular Italian themed television advertisement featuring the mozzarella cheese and highlighting Aldi’s increasing level of partnerships with Irish producers.
Commenting, Johnny Lynch, of Macroom Buffalo Mozzarella said, “It is a tremendous honour to be recognised on the world stage. This award reflects the passion of our cheesemaking team and is a testament to the commitment and talent of our entire team.”
The World Cheese Awards are the largest cheese-only competition in the UK and Ireland.
© 2017 - Checkout Magazine by Donna Ahern