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Business as usual as new Torrylinn cheese launched

The Torrylinn Creamery may be up for sale but it has not stopped owner First Milk from launching a new range of cheeses in a major marketing push.

The owner, who put the creamery on the market last month, said it was ‘business as usual’ as it launched its new cheeses in the Co-op in Brodick last week.

In addition to its popular extra mature cheddar, the creamery has produced a range of flavoured cheese which include cracked black pepper, lime and chilli and a caramelised onion. It has also launched a new cheese with a seaweed extract in Marks and Spencer.

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