There Are More Than 5,000 Cheeses On Display At The International Cheese Awards

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The International Cheese Awards is an annual cheese show ad competition held annually at Dorfold Park in Nantwich, England. The video features the 2016 edition of the event, which attracted 5,000 cheese and dairy product entries from 27 countries including Australia, Japan, U.S., and Netherlands. The entries were fielded in by small artisan producers, huge dairies, and supermarkets.

Founded in 1897, the ICA is a two-day event and has competitive entries in 260 categories. The event’s first day is focused on judging and trade show where participants showcase their goudas, bries, cheddars, camemberts, parmesans, mozzarellas and more. The second day is allotted for the Nantwich and South Cheshire Agricultural Show. On this day, the winners of the cheese competition are announced.

The Nantwich Agricultural Society, a British charity, organizes the International Cheese Awards. Almost half of the 2016 entries came from overseas.

The latest staging of the event saw the emergence of Dutch company Treur Kaas as Supreme Champion and winner of the Westminster Cup for its aged Jerseyhoeve Schorren. The company was also declared as Champion Overseas.

Other winners include Elite Imports with the Reserve Supreme Champion and Reserve Champion Overseas honors and Arla Foods whose Double Gloucester from Taw Valley Creamery was adjudged with a Champion UK award.

The Supreme Champion Continental International Cheese Award went to Starnachas from Walo von Muhlenen and cheesemaker Marcel Gabriel. The Interprofession du Gruyere Award for Best Swiss Cheese was picked up by The Fine Cheese Co.

There are no written records on the origins of cheese. An ancient legend attributed the first cheese made to an Arabian merchant who transported milk in bladders made of ruminants’ stomachs. The rennets in the sheep’s stomach and the heat of the sun turned his milk into curds of cheese. Cheese predates recorded history but there is a lack of conclusive evidence that it came from Europe, Central Asia, and the Middle East.

Cheese became part of the kitchen when the Roman Empire began their conquest of Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. The Romans had caseale where cheese could be stored to mature or be smoked.

There are pieces of archaeological evidence of cheese making in Egypt and Poland. Tomb walls in Egypt feature illustrations of cheese making that date back to 2,000 B.C. Excavations in Poland found evidence of cheese making three thousand years earlier than Egyptians’.

The expansion of European imperialism resulted in the spread of the cheese culture across Europe, the Indian subcontinent, and the Middle East. Cheese came to the Americas when European navigators circumvented the world.
The first cheese variety produced commercially was the gruyere which was made by a factory in Switzerland. The U.S. had its first cheese factory in 1841 in Wisconsin.

There Are More Than 5,000 Cheeses On Display At The International Cheese Awards
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