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Brownes cleans up at annual Dairy awards

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WA’s oldest Dairy, Brownes has taken home a sweep of awards at this years Royal Agricultural Society Dairy Awards.

The company won first prize for its fresh, full-cream milk as well as an additional five first prizes, nine gold medals and 14 silver medals for products across its entire product portfolio including whipping cream, mature cheddar cheese and Greek-style yogurt.

Ben Purcell, managing director of Brownes said that the result is a testiment to the company’s hard working team.

“From our farmers through to our team at the Brunswick and Balcatta Dairies, this award is just a great testimony to our amazing Brownes family and the incredible job we do,” said Purcell.

“Our farmers work in difficult conditions and a testing market, to continually produce fresh, premium, WA milk of the highest quality. It is incredibly rewarding to see that recognised. “

Purcell adds that company’s commitment to product development and excellent supplier relationships is key to securing the success of Brownes for years to come.

 “We are a WA business committed to WA Dairy and we are proving it, day in, day out with our actions,” said Purcell.

“Not only are leading the industry with farm gate price increases to our farmers, but also in the production of fresh, award-winning WA dairy products of the very highest quality. This remains our focus going forward.” 

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