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Four Fat Fowl wins 2 Awards at NY International Cheese Competition.



Four Fat Fowl has won two awards at the New York International Cheese Competition

They won 'New York Cow’s Milk Creamery of the Year', and their St. Stephen cheese won Gold in the ‘Soft Ripened Bloomy Cow’s Milk’ category.

In its first year, the New York International Cheese Competition received close to 200 submissions from over 5 countries and around the United States. The trade buyer-only judges were impressed and excited with the quality of the submissions to the inaugural competition, and are already looking forward to the next competition set for 2022!

Four Fat Fowl is an artisan creamery in the Hudson Valley (Stephentown, New York) specializing in all-natural, handcrafted cheeses since 2013.

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