An effective solution in a competitive market
We manufacture over 2,000 tonnes of cheese (including Lancashire, Red Leicester, Double Gloucester, Cheshire and Wensleydale)per year from our modern purpose built 18 acre site employing over 70 people. Despite being one of the largest cheese producers in the North of England, our philosophy has remained unchanged as we still use traditional handcrafted techniques handed down from one generation to the next and this is what gives our multi award winning cheese its unique characteristics and superior taste.
To compliment our modern cheesemaking facility, we have invested in a state of the art and extensive packing facility that operates to the very highest quality food and safety standards. Using this facility, we offer complete, bespoke and competitive contract packing solutions. Cheese is carefully selected with our suppliers for functionality and flavour before being sliced, grated or packed. Our pre-pack facility is capable of cutting and flow wrapping cheese in a variety of sizes and film types in a modified atmosphere while our slicing and grating facility also offers a variety of pack formats – including re-closable formats - and we offer packs ideal for both the catering and retail sectors alike. With our state of the art BRC accredited facilities, we have an excellent track record for working closely with our customers to offer bespoke solutions to meet their product requirements.
In addition to the above, we can also offer our chilled storage facility, nationwide collection and delivery service so all in all we hope you’ll agree that Dewlay can provide a complete finishing solution for your product.
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