Award-winning dairy is putting Cheddar, England back on the map

A British dairy is putting a town know for its namesake, back on the map! We are going to take a quick trip to Cheddar, England.

The reason Cheddar has not been produced there goes all the way back to World War II.

As a result of rationing, most of Britain’s milk was used for single generic cheese, which wiped out the vast majority of farmhouse producers. But now, a couple is making cheddar again and is even storing the product in the same caves that gave the original cheddar its unique taste centuries ago.

The couple is now winning international awards.