South Caernarfon Creameries' £50m cheese contract


A dairy co-operative in Gwynedd has secured a £50m cheese contract safeguarding around 140 jobs.

South Caernarfon Creameries will begin supplying Adams Foods Limited from January.

As a result the creamery also announced plans to build a new cheese making production facility by 2016 at their Chwilog site.

The boost comes just weeks after 10 workers were made redundant when the company lost a milk supply contract.

BBC Wales Today reporter Dafydd Evans reports from Bangor.

Cheese contract boost for dairy

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