Cows Cream­ery wins big

Amer­i­can Cheese So­ci­ety Com­pe­ti­tion held in Denver

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - BUSINESS -

Cows Cream­ery has been rec­og­nized as a pro­ducer of top-qual­ity cheeses at the Amer­i­can Cheese So­ci­ety Com­pe­ti­tion in Denver, Color.

This com­pe­ti­tion is held an­nu­ally in dif­fer­ent cities across the United States with en­tries com­ing in from across North Amer­ica.

Cows Cream­ery is cel­e­brat­ing a first-place rib­bon for both the Ex­tra Old and the Ap­ple­tree Smoked Ched­dars, and a sec­ond-place rib­bon for the Avon­lea Cloth­bound Ched­dar.

“We are thrilled with these awards,”saysCowsCream­ery­w­hole­sale man­ager An­drea White.

“We pride our­selves on mak­ing high-qual­ity prod­ucts us­ing Prince Ed­ward Is­land milk, and it is re­ally nice to be rec­og­nized in such a big way.”

A to­tal of 281 cheese­mak­ers from across North Amer­ica sub­mit­ted 2,024 cheeses into the Amer­i­can Cheese So­ci­ety Com­pe­ti­tion. Cows Cream­ery was one of only a few Cana­dian com­pa­nies to be rec­og­nized at the event.

Cows Cream­ery pro­duces three types of ched­dar and three types of but­ter on Prince Ed­ward Is­land and its prod­ucts are dis­trib­uted across Canada and in the United States.


Cows Cream­ery whole­sale man­ager, An­drea White, dis­plays rib­bons from the Amer­i­can Cheese So­ci­ety Com­pe­ti­tion.

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