“THE CHEESES ARE MADE WITH RAW, UNPASTEURISED MILK, HAND-TURNED PRESSES AND HERITAGE METHODS”
The Trethowan Brothers stall sells a range of artisan cheeses made by a collective of small-batch cheesemakers based in Britain, who share a commitment to the production of traditional, handmade cheeses. Two of the cheeses the brothers make themselves: Pitchfork Cheddar and Gorwydd Caerphilly. Both are produced in north Somerset, five miles from the historic town of Cheddar, using raw, unpasteurised milk, hand-turned presses and heritage methods.
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