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The European Farmhouse and Artisan Cheesemakers Congress Visits Ireland

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The European Farmhouse and Artisan Cheesemakers Congress Visits Ireland

The European Farmhouse and Artisan Cheesemakers Congress Visits Ireland
March 20
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The Association of Irish Farmhouse Cheesemakers (CAIS) will host the 5th European Farmhouse and Artisan Cheesemakers Congress at University College Cork on the 26th April, where industry stakeholders from Ireland and other EU member states will come together to share knowledge and initiate collaborations across the farmhouse dairy sector. Topics such as sustainability in farmhouse dairy and environmental impact, farmhouse production best practice, and the market opportunity for farmhouse dairy will be included on the programme.

The congress is part of the Network of European Cheesemakers, an exchange of practical information among cheesemakers from France, Germany, Finland, Ireland, Italy, The Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, and Spain. Over 60 artisan cheesemakers from these countries will visit Irelandduring April to participate in the congress and experience Ireland’s unique and diverse dairy sector. For more information, visit www.irishcheese.ie.

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Pictured at the launch ofIreland’s first artisan cheese congress were Dick Willems, Coolea Cheese, Eimear O’Donnell, Bord Bia and Marion Roeleveld, Killeen Farmhouse Cheese.


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