FEATURED PRODUCER – WEARDALE CHEESE

Since March, here at Weardale Cheese I have kept on making batches of cheese, small amounts to begin with then increasing as orders improved.

Like with a lot of traders, all of the markets, fairs and shows came to a halt and quite a few of my retail customers also closed.

However, those that remained open, saw an increase in sales as people stayed close to home and then also, people started ordering home deliveries. Whilst I didn’t do any myself, I have collaborated with 7 different others traders and companies who were delivering door to door which helped get our cheese delivered.

We are delighted too, to have even more retail customers who were open and began stocking our cheese. 

We are here and working hard, we look forward to being back at events, in the meantime buy our produce from these great stockists in North East and Cumbria: –

You can buy from:

Bradley Burn Farm Shop, Weardale

Peggotty’s, Wolsingham

Woodhall’s, Stanhope

Castlebank Butchers, Stanhope

Chatterbox, St. John’s Chapel

Alston Wholefoods

Deli at No. 4, Hexham

Corbridge Larder

Peats deli, Barnard Castle

Cross Lanes farm shop, A66

Broom House Farm Shop, Witton Gilbert

Durham Indoor Market Cheese

Discover Durham Shop, Durham

Robinson’s Greengrocers, Durham

The Weigh To Shop, Framwellgate Moor

Tea with Alice, Darlington

Brocksbushes farm shop, A68/A69

Knitsley farm shop, Consett

Sweethart Bakery, Consett

Broom Mill Farm Shop, West Auckland

Chittocks, Bishop Auckland

Clarks Eggs, Butterknowle

Pink Lane Bakery, Gosforth

Grate, Jesmond

Block and Bottle, Heaton

Cook and Baker, Tynemouth

Mercari Foods, Byker

Di Giorgio’s, Whitburn

Sunshine Co-Operative, Sunderland

Food and Drink North East

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