Vermont Creamery took home 6 awards at the 36th annual American Cheese Society Competition (ACS), held this year in Richmond, VA on August 2.
 
Bijou and classic Spreadable Goat Cheese both won first place, Cremont and Quark won second place and Clover Blossom Honey Fresh Goat Cheese and Feta both won third place awards.
 
“We are honored to be recognized six times over by the American Cheese Society," said Adeline Druart, president of Vermont Creamery. “These accolades reflect the overall quality of our product line across three categories and inspire us to continue making delicious dairy that tastes better because it’s made better.”
 
This is the sixth ACS award for Bijou since 2012, the fourth for Classic Spreadable Goat Cheese, the second for Cremont, the first for Clover Blossom Honey Fresh Goat Cheese, fourth for Quark and fifth for Feta.
 
ACS is the leading organization supporting the understanding, appreciation and promotion of farmstead, artisan and specialty cheeses produced in the Americas. Since its founding in 1983, ACS hosts North America’s foremost annual educational conference and world-renowned cheese judging and competition.
 
For the complete list of the 2019 American Cheese Society winners, visit CheeseJudging.org.