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Canadian cheese makers win big at the American Cheese Society competition

11 August, 2011

cheeseThe American Cheese Society hold its 2011 conference and competition in Montreal, last week.

Many Canadian cheeses made from cows’ milk were named as category winners, and Louis D’or, a firm, organic, farmstead cheese produced by Fromagerie du Presbytère in Quebec, placed third overall in the ‘Best of Show’.

You will find the complete list of the Canadian winners on the Dairy Farmers of Canada.

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2 Responses to “Canadian cheese makers win big at the American Cheese Society competition”

August 13, 2011 at 7:45 am, Georgs Kolesnikovs said:

Actually, the fully complete list, including Canadian cheeses made from goat, sheep and buffalo milk, can be found here: wp.me/pIFS2-He

Mariposa Dairy’s Lindsay Bandaged Goat Cheddar was first runner-up in Best of Show.

Yes, many fine cheeses are made with cow’s milk but that’s only half the story.

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August 13, 2011 at 8:50 am, Cinzia said:

Hi Georgs. Thanks for the list.

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