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NZ Cheese Month Returns for Second Year This October

NZ Cheese Month Returns for Second Year This October

What: New Zealand Cheese Month

When: October 2014

Where: Nationwide

New Zealand Cheese Month is back! Kicking off on October 1, Cheese Month is a 31 day celebration of New Zealand speciality cheese – the perfect excuse to buy, eat and love all Kiwi cheese.

New Zealand Cheese Month celebrates our country’s unique and diverse range of delicious cheese made from fresh, good quality milk. It encourages all Kiwis to try something new whether it be stand-alone cheese, the use of cheese in recipes, or interesting cheese pairings – cheese & chocolate anyone?

The New Zealand Specialist Cheese Association is the driving force behind New Zealand Cheese Month which features various regional and national events around the country, as well as tastings, demonstrations, in-store promotions and much more.

Check out the New Zealand Cheese Month website to find out what’s happening in your area and how you can get involved.

Further information about significant national and regional events and promotions will be provided in the coming weeks.

Visit www.cheeselovers.co.nz

ENDS

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