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Brownes will recommence selling cheese, following a 14-year hiatus

by Sean Van Der Wielen  
Chief Writer/Editor

Cheese will be mass produced in Western Australia once again, with one of the state’s major dairy companies making the announcement.

Brownes Dairy will begin selling cheddar cheese products in local supermarkets late next month, having previously stopped retail production in 2006.

"It’s exciting to be ... giving the people of WA a local product,” said Brownes chief executive office Tony Girgis.

"Consumers probably don’t think about their fresh cheese travelling across the nullabor, but until now that’s what has been happening."

The company announced the reintroduction of cheese production in 2018, shortly after it was purchased by Chinese dairy producer Shanghai Ground Food Tech.

The cheese is being manufactured at the company's Brunswick Junction site. 

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