Unpasteurised St Bartholomew joins Riverford Organic
St Bartholomew, made by Oxfordshire’s Nettlebed Creamery, is the first unpasteurised cheese to join the range offered by home-delivery company Riverford Organic.
Said to have a “nutty flavour with fruity, caramel overtones”, the semi-hard cheese joins a line-up that also includes, Cropwell Bishop Stilton, Keen’s Cheddar and Caws Cenarth brie.
“We’re a great fit because we share the same ethical values and the same passion for good quality, organic food,” said Nettlebed Creamery owner Rose Grimond.
She added: “It’s hugely significant for the Creamery as it will open the door to 47,000 potential new customers, taking the business to a whole new level.”
Created in 2015, the cheese has won numerous awards and this year reached the finals of the Great British Cheese Awards, with the winners to be announced on 11th October.