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Godminster launches new products

24 August 2012

Godminster has launched two new products for the independent deli and farm shop market: a 1 kg of its organic brie made with organic Jersey milk and 190g pre-packaged version of its traditional organic mature Cheddar.

The 1kg organic brie will be available in three flavours: plain, with peppercorns, or with garlic and chives. The cheeses are produced over the course of seven days, during which time they are lovingly made by Godminster’s specialist cheesemakers to a traditional method. Organic Jersey milk is ‘set’ using vegetarian rennet and the soft curds are then hand-cut before being scooped into individual moulds, hand turned, and then moved into a series of drying rooms for five days to allow the unique flavours and creaminess to develop.

The organic mature Cheddar is the same award-winning mature Cheddar made from the unique 70-year-old recipe. The only difference is that the pre-packaged cheese has been cut and wrapped in Godminster’s distinct packaging and not coated in the trademark ruby wax.

Commenting, Jessica Kimber-Holloway said: “we have created these two new products especially for the deli and farm shop market as a result of numerous requests for a large British organic brie that can be cut and sold and also for the pre-packaged organic Cheddar for people who require a slightly smaller size that they can pick up from a chiller cabinet.”


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