Fifth time’s a charm as Snowdonia Cheese Company is named ‘Best British Cheese’

Snowdonia Cheese Company is starting the year off with a bang, as their Black Bomber cheese has been awarded ‘Best British Cheese’ in the Fine Food

Digest’s Best Brand Guide for the fifth year.

The awards are among the most prestigious in the industry, and results are compiled from hundreds of responses provided by the country’s leading

delis, farm shops, cheesemongers and high-end food halls.

John Newton-Jones, Snowdonia Cheese Company Managing Director said, “We’re very proud to receive the accolade of Best British Cheese for the fifth

time. A lot of care and expertise goes into our range of hand-crafted cheeses, so it’s incredibly encouraging for this to be recognized by industry experts that we admire.”

Snowdonia Cheese Company was first awarded the accolade of Best British Cheese back in 2015, and Black Bomber has won the top prize four times since


Famed for its characterful brand, rich in personality, texture and taste, the Snowdonia Cheese Company has been creating its range of authentic, innovative and award-winning cheeses in distinctive

coloured wax since 2001.

Today the company not only offer their authentic and distinctively coloured cheeses but a range of unique and exciting chutneys too.

Snowdonia Cheese Company produce a range of award-winning handcrafted cheese. Founded by dairy farmers and led today by the sons of dairy farmers. Enrobed in colourful wax, and each with its own unique personality, the cheese is made with pride and bursting with character.

Black Bomber extra mature Cheddar is fifth time winner of The Fine Food Digest’s ‘Best Cheese Brand’ award, with two others in the range, Beechwood and Bouncing Berry being recognised with Great Taste awards, among many other industry awards and accolades.