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Say Cheese and Toast the Award Winners

24 September 2014

GEA Mechanical Equipment UK Ltd and GEA Process Engineering, joint sponsors of the GEA Award, for the Best English Cheese presented Ford Farm with the winner’s trophy at this year’s International Cheese Awards, held in Nantwich.

Makers of the award winning Cave Aged and Coastal Cheddars, Ford Farm, based at Ashley Chase in Dorset, is a part of the AJ & RG Barber Business.

Offering a range of equipment for the standardisation and pasteurisation of milk as well as whey processing equipment, including spray dryers and filtration systems, GEA is pleased to support those seeking to continuously improve the quality, diversity and regional production of British cheese through innovative technology and traditional skills and dedication.

"The International Cheese Awards is a massive event in the dairy and cheese making calendar and a popular and prestigious food festival. We are proud to be a long standing supporter and award category sponsor," said Peter Swift, GEA Mechanical Equipment UK Ltd. "The event is a great opportunity to witness the development of new and innovative cheesemakers alongside those who have been successfully making top cheeses for decades. GEA Westfalia Separator has this year celebrated the 120th anniversary of their milk centrifuge patent and has a long UK heritage of working with leading dairies including AJ & RG Barber."


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