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This is our free directory to local food producers in suport of the Cornish Diet idea: 80%+ of your food produced in Cornwall. Miles better value than any supermarket : Reduction in food miles and energy use + Better for the local economy: more jobs + Increase in food security + Better animal welfare + Better social cohesiveness + Better value for money + Better deal for farmers + Better quality, fresher + Reskilling in traditional food preparation.
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Whalesborough Farmfoods, Marhamchurch

Whalesborough Farmfoods: cheese

A small family cheese company using local milk to make unbeatable cheeses. What started as a passion for cheese has now expanded to internationally acclaimed produce. With imaginative names such as ‘Miss Muffet’ (a continental-style washed curd cheese) and ‘Keltic Gold’ (an award-winning semi-soft, cider washed cheese), you are as likely to find these cheeses in Fortnum & Masons as you are at your local market.

Cornish Crumbly: The lovely cheese is slightly sharp and mildly acidic. It has a welcome fresh taste with a bit of a zing in the finish.

Miss Muffet: A farmhouse washed curd, semi-hard cheese with a pinkish natural rind. Full, creamy, sweet, round flavour with a superb soft, smooth texture.

Keltic Gold: This rind washed cows milk cheese is made from pasteurised milk by Sue Proudfoot at Whalesborough near Bude in Cornwall. It is a pungent rind washed soft cheese with a creamy flavour. The edible rind is burnt orange in colour and slightly sticky. It has to be eaten with the rind to be enjoyed at its best. A Silver medal winner 2009 in the Speciality Class at Nantwich International cheese show.

Trelawny: This is a little gem from Whalesborough Farm. At certain times of the year each truckle has a pink rind. The pink is formed from a natural mould which originates from the spores from the hay which is gathered in the neighbouring barn - a truly farm produced cheese! Cut into the cheese to reveal a firm golden interior with a long and lingering flavour.

Address:
Whalesborough Farm
Marhamchurch
Bude
Cornwall
EX23 0JD

Tel: 01288 361317

Email: seproudfoot@aol.com