Fresh from its success at the Royal Welsh Show, the Taw Valley Creamery in North Tawton took home a total of 13 awards including the Danisco Grand Prix trophy for its Mature Cheddar in the fourth consecutive round of the prestigious competition, at the Na

Fresh from its success at the Royal Welsh Show, the Taw Valley Creamery in North Tawton took home a total of 13 awards including the Danisco Grand Prix trophy for its Mature Cheddar in the fourth consecutive round of the prestigious competition, at the Nantwich International Cheese Show.The Taw Valley Creamery is owned by The Cheese Company, the UK's largest cheese manufacturer and part of Milk Link. Overall The Cheese Company continued its strong performance by winning 28 awards including five gold awards and the Danisco Grand Prix title. Neil Kennedy, Chief Executive of Milk Link, commented: "Milk Link has now won the first four rounds of the Danisco Grand Prix and of course we could not enjoy such success without the expertise of our dedicated workforce. "Receiving 28 awards demonstrates that Milk Link is dedicated to both product quality and consistency especially as each of our creameries won at the show. We are delighted." The Cheese Company manufactures over 20 varieties of cheddars, Blue Stiltons and British regional cheeses for the retail, food service and ingredients sectors and employs over 1,000 staff across four cheese and dairy processing facilities and its consumer packing facility at Oswestry, Shropshire.