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Welsh dairy co-operative given Sainsbury's boost

Thirteen products produced by South Caernarfon Creameries have been given the go ahead to be included in Sainsbury’s Basic range later this year.
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"We are extremely pleased to have been awarded the Basics cheese supply contract by Sainsbury’s," said Alan Jones, managing director of South Caernarfon Creameries.

 

"This contract will result in us supplying both entry level cheese as well as top tier products nationally to Sainsbury’s."

 

Fulfilling the contract will fully utilise the businesses new cheese production facility, which is soon to be in operation, and create much increased investment in its cheese packaging operations.

 

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The contract will also bring 15 new job opportunities.

 

James Connaughton, Sainsbury’s cheese buyer, added: “Having worked with South Caernarfon Creameries on recent projects, we have been continually impressed by the quality of their products and consistency of supply."

 

Mr Connaughton was impressed with the businesses performance.

 

Praising its ’professionalism’ he said the move would ’enable us to adapt and create new products in the future and we are pleased to be working with a business in which provenance is integral.’

 

The co-operative has 130 member supplier farmers from all over mid and north Wales, and is claimed to be the oldest and largest farmer run dairy co-operative in Wales.

 


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