Celebrating international recognition and several awards, including two gold medals, Vermont Creamery is coming home from the World Cheese Awards victorious on many counts.
“It is a great honor to be recognized seven times over by the Guild of Fine Food, especially amongst so many outstanding cheesemakers,” said the company’s President, Adeline Druart. “Behind these accolades is a truly dedicated, passionate team of makers committed to perfecting their craft as we continue to grow our business.”
A record-breaking 3,472 cheeses from 30 countries lined up in the judging hall in Bergen, Norway’s Grieghallen on November 2, according to a press release, with an international panel of 235 experts from 41 nations to determine the victors.
Taking home seven total awards at the annual competition this year, Vermont Creamery’s titles included:
This year marked Bonne Bouche, Bijou, and Classic Goat Cheese’s third World Cheese Award, and the fourth for the company's Coupole.
The World Cheese Awards has brought together cheesemakers, retailers, buyers, consumers, and food commentators worldwide for over three decades. To view the full results from this milestone global event, visit https://gff.co.uk/.
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