Butlers Farmhouse Cheeses
Here is your roundup of the latest end product news.
The Lancashire cheesemaker is setting its sights on outdoor dining and the BBQ boom the summer with new Blacksticks Blue cheese slices.
Butlers Farmhouse Cheeses in the UK came up with a fairly clever idea in its new 500g packaging for the upcoming holiday season – a perfect fit between people raising their own sourdough starters and getting dogs, with educating consumers about how cheese is not just a dairy product, it’s a living entity.
Butlers Farmhouse Cheeses is giving blue cheese lovers the chance to mature their own Blacksticks Blue with its new product offering.
Communication is never more important now that we are all working remotely (well, some of us are). We rely on things like QR codes to check into venues so the app can track and trace us, and some dairy marketers are also using it on their packaging to communicate further with consumers. After all, grocery shopping is something that we are all doing, either remotely or in-person.
Butlers Farmhouse Cheeses has developed recyclable polyethylene (PE) cheese packaging.
Butlers Farmhouse Cheeses has brought together small artisan food and drink producers from across the North West of England to create “The Butlers Larder” – a service that will deliver fresh produce to doorsteps in five counties.