Divine Dairy – releases new biodynamic range of soft Cheeses

by Doc-G on February 17, 2011

Divine Bakery

French flavour without the French attitude is what the new Divine Dairy range of cheeses is all about. Just launched onto the national market, the range includes a Brie, Double Cream Brie and Camembert, all made with fully certified organic biodynamic milk by the people behind the successful Udder Delights brand, well-known for their artisan cheeses from the Adelaide Hills.
Divine Dairy is a natural next step according to Udder Delights Cheese Cellar General Manager, Sheree Sullivan, and she’s very excited to be able to be making these new cheeses with locally sourced and fully certified organic biodynamic milk.

Biodynamic Cheese

“This French-style range recognises Australian palates are changing,” Sheree said.
“Consumers are getting more demanding and we are responding to this with cheeses that are complex and creamy, with lingering flavour and aroma. We’re growing with our consumers,” she said.

“Consumers are also more and more concerned about the sources of their foods and with something as natural as cheese, it’s all about the milk, which is why we are so pleased to have secured supply of fully certified organic biodynamic milk for this range.”

Sheree says launching a new range is a chance for the cheese factory team, led by her husband and Head Cheesemaker Saul Sullivan, to have fun exploring new products. The Divine Dairy range will soon include a Double Cream Blue and will extend to other dairy products in the future.


And what about that attitude?

“One of the best things about our business is that every day in our store in Hahndorf and at the farmers’ markets, we meet people who just genuinely love cheese,” said Sheree.

“They come from everywhere and there’s no cheese snobbery. It’s a genuine partnership between cheesemakers and cheese-eaters – and it’s all about simply enjoying cheese. That’s why Divine Dairy came to be.”

“It’s really exciting for us that there is a demand for this that extends beyond specialist stores now and is strong enough for supermarkets to take note. The Australian cheese industry has come a long way.”


Udder Delights took out the Growing Small Business award at the South Australian Premier’s Food Industry Awards last November in recognition of their continuing business success.

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