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2018 International Cheese Awards, Dorfold in Nantwich.

PUBLISHED: 00:00 29 August 2018

Justin Beckett, Managing Director of Belton Farm, with some of the accolades won

Justin Beckett, Managing Director of Belton Farm, with some of the accolades won

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Belton Farm were crowned Supreme Champion at the International Cheese Awards at Dorfold in Nantwich.

The industry came out in force for the annual celebration of the best cheese and dairy producers across the world.

Belton won a total of 56 awards and 12 trophies, including, for the eighth year in a row, the National Westminster Trophy for the highest number of points overall.

#Belton Farm’s MD Justin Beckett, said: ‘Being awarded Supreme Champion for our traditionally-made coloured Cheshire cheese reflects our passion for making great tasting cheese, and that here in Great Britain we have some of the very best cheese made anywhere in the world.’

Belton, based just over the border in Shropshire, take pride in their heritage and their expert cheesemakers.

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