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Monday, August 22, 2005

Bonlac's award spreads good news

The Advocate Newspaper - Online Edition

THERE's no better butter than Duck River Pure Creamery at the moment, confirmed by the Royal Agricultural Society of Tasmania.

The Spreyton-made spread won best butter at the Royal Hobart Fine Food awards on Sunday night.

"We are proud to have won an award among such a high standard of local entrants," Bonlac Spreyton site manager Ian Tucker said yesterday.

"Congratulations go to the staff for the hard work and skill they put into making the butter, and the Tasmanian farmers who supply the quality milk."

Mr Tucker said Tasmanian-made butter had found good support from consumers.

It was a good weekend for Bonlac on the Coast.

Its Wynyard site was crowned champion cheddar cheese at the Royal Adelaide Show for its Export Cheddar.

"It's great to receive recognition from such a prestigious event as the Royal Adelaide Show. I would like to thank the staff at Wynyard for the hard work they put into making the cheeses and the dairy farmers who supply Bonlac with the milk required to make this champion cheddar cheese," Bonlac Foods general manager Bruce Donnison said.


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