Lye Cross Farm in England

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Lye Cross Farm in England

.      Redhill, Somerset, England
Tel: 44(0) 1934 864600

Alvis Bros Ltd is one of the West Country s finest Farmhouse Cheddar Cheesemakers. We offer a range of both Traditional Farmhouse and Organic Farmhouse Cheese under the prestigious Lye Cross Farm brand. Since 1952 three generations of the Alvis family has been dedicated to making the highest quality Cheddar cheese on the family farm situated at the foot of the Mendip Hills, only a few miles from the village of Cheddar the home of Cheddar Cheese Making. The family business has now expanded to include three dairy farms, one of which is certified organic, totaling 2,250 acres. Seven neighbouring dairy farms also supply milk to Alvis Bros Ltd to enable cheese production to meet with the growing demand for Lye Cross Farm quality Farmhouse and Organic Cheese. Traditional methods and skills such as cheddaring , the age-old process of turning and stacking the curd by hand are used together with modern technology to produce cheese under strictly controlled hygienic conditions. A strict quality assurance scheme monitors the cheese making process from milk production on the farms through to dispatch of the finished product..........

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