£1.7m Cheese Packing Facility In Shropshire

Belton Farm, a dairy company, has invested £1.75 million towards outfitting a Whitchurch, Shropshire site with state-of-the-art cheese cutting and packaging machinery.

Belton Farms’ recent capital investment into a new facility will allow the company to be more agile in regards to pack size and format. Additionally, this would help grow their business for future success, and will now be able to house all cheese making, maturing, cutting, and packing operations under one roof.

Doing so will provide a strong base for the business to grow as a leading supplier of branded classic and contemporary speciality British cheese to both UK and overseas customers. 

The new packing and cutting facility is part of the Belton Farm cheese-making centenary celebrations. 

According to Justin Beckett, the managing director of Belton Farm, the new facility will help enhance the farm’s ability to provide higher product care, customer service as well as offer innovative new pack sizes and formats. This would help to meet the current and future demands of expanding customers both in the UK and overseas.


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