Cham­pion cheese

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Wales’ only na­tive cheese, tra­di­tional Welsh Caer­philly, has been awarded a spe­cial sta­tus. Gwyn­for and Thelma Adams started mak­ing the cheese in 1987 and, to this day, it’s still made with the same orig­i­nal recipe. The cheese now has EU pro­tected sta­tus, which means peo­ple can’t copy it.

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