Carmarthenshire cheese maker secures Co-op listing

A cheesemaker from Carmarthenshire has secured its first listing with the Co-op as part of the retailer’s continued focus on local and community sourcing.

By Patrick Ovenden   |   Reporter   |
Monday 27th June 2022 6:32 am
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Royal Warrant of Appointment recipient Carwyn Adams, of Caws Cenarth with HRH The Prince of Wales during a visit to Fferm Glyneithiog, Lancych. (Pic. Caws Cenarth )

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Family-owned Caws Cenarth, which has cheese making in the family dating back to 1903, will now see two of its cheeses listed in more than 20 Co-op stores across the region.

Made on farm in Glyneithinog, Caws Cenarth will supply Co-op with its Organic Caerffili - which has a light and lemony taste with hints of sea salt – and, one of its best known cheeses the Organic Perl Las Mini - which is described as a blue cheese, golden in colour, with a creamy, gently salty taste that grows stronger with maturity.

Carwyn Adams, whose parents rekindled the family tradition for cheese making in 1987 with the creation of Caws Cenarth, said: 

“We are absolutely thrilled. I shop in our local Co-op and regularly thought how nice it would be to see our cheese on the shelf and, now that is to become a reality. Working with Co-op will support our business development, and raise awareness of our cheeses, not only across the region, but also further afield as visitors to the area often look for local produce to take back home with them as gifts or to remind them of their stay in the area.”

PENARTH, WALES - OCTOBER 01: Windsor Road Co-Op store refresh on October 01, 2021 in Penarth, Wales.
(Matthew Horwood )

Jo Wadsworth, Co-op’s Community Buying Manager, said: 

“We are delighted to welcome Caws Cenarth on to our shelves. We know that our Members and customers value the quality and provenance of locally produced food and drink and, here at the Co-op we are focussed on supporting local suppliers as part of our commitment to creating value and making a difference in our local communities.”

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