Gold medal for Macroom Buffalo Cheese Products

Macroom Buffalo Cheese Products Ltd has won a gold medal at the World Cheese Awards, hosted in San Sebastian, Spain.

An Údarás na Gaeltachta company whose Irish name is Táirgí Cáise Buabhaill Mhaigh Chromtha Teoranta, Macroom Buffalo Cheese Products Mozzarella is made from fresh buffalo milk produced on Johnny Lynch’s farm in Cill na Martra, Co Cork.

He works in partnership with Sean Ferry, who makes Desmond and Gabriel cheeses.

“We are very happy to congratulate all the team at Táirgí Cáise Buabhaill Mhaigh Chromtha on their well-deserved award,” said Steve Ó Cúláin, the CEO of Údarás na Gaeltachta.

“This award shows the quality of food products that can be delivered to the world stage from our Gaeltacht areas through the hard work of our producers and with the support and co-operation that Údarás na Gaeltachta can provide.”


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