UK - A new cheese production facility will be launched and fully operational in October 2015 in Chwilog, Wales.
The £6 million investment aims to double manufacturing volumes from 9,000 tons of cheese per annum to 17,000 tons in five years.
This is part of South Caernarfon Creameries’ business expansion strategy including exports.
The state of the art plant will be the first new cheese factory in the UK since 1970's. It is a historical moment for 150 members of the farmer–owned dairy cooperative.
The project sets ambitious goals for dairy businesses and opens new perspectives for the local infrastructure.