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creamery:

see dairyingdairying,
business of producing, processing, and distributing milk and milk products. Ninety percent of the world's milk is obtained from cows; the remainder comes from goats, buffaloes, sheep, reindeer, yaks, and other ruminants.
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creamery

a place where dairy products are sold
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South Caernarfon Creameries is a forward-thinking business that works closely with its members to safeguard our future and deliver allimportant growth and sustainability for member farmers and the Creamery alike.
Alan Wyn-Jones, managing director at South Caernarfon Creameries, added: "It is vital that our member farmers have a voice in the running of the creamery and our directors are a conduit for key decision making.
South Caernarfon Creameries is Wales' leading farmer owned dairy co-operative which now has nearly 170 member farmers.
Left) Lynne King, commercial director at South Caernarfon Creameries, presented with the award by Rural Affairs minister Elin Jones
It seems fate dealt a hand, studying South Caernarfon Creameries as part of my final dissertation to now working here.
Alan Wyn-Jones, managing director at South Caernarfon Creameries, said: "The creamery has ambitious growth plans so we are strengthening our team in order to ensure we achieve this.
Alan Wyn-Jones, managing director at South Caernarfon Creameries said: "It is an amazing maturation technique, we are very pleased with the fabulous eating quality and confident that our cheese will enjoy phenomenal success.
Not to be outdone, other Milk Link creameries were also recognised at the awards.
We are the only Welsh brand that can offer an entire range of cheese in all types of retail formats; deli, retail, grated and sliced" explains Lynne King, Commercial Director at South Caernarfon Creameries.
Milk Link has also achieved an exceptional set of awards at this year's Royal Welsh Show, with each of its Creameries picking up at least one gold prize and Tuxford & Tebbutt Creamery in Leicestershire, scooping Supreme Champion (M&S Champion) for its blue Stilton.
Fears were growing last night for the future of one of the last major creameries in the Welsh milk industry.
The Creamery was also commended for its Single Mature Cheddar and Very Highly Commended and won Bronze in the Past Master Class, a category entered by those creameries which are limner Supreme Champion winners.