UK: Dairy Crest spends £41m to boost premium cheddar lines
The UK's largest dairy products company, Dairy Crest, will spend £41m (US$60.6m) to overhaul and extend its mature cheddar creamery in Cornwall. The company's two flagship mature cheddar brands, Cathedral City and Davidstow, have enjoyed a sustained growth in demand, and the two-year investment plan will see production capacity increased by two thirds over the next ten years.
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