Lancewood wins award at cheese festival

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Visitors enjoying a previous SA Cheese Festival. (Supplied)
Visitors enjoying a previous SA Cheese Festival. (Supplied)

Cape Town - Sandringham farm in Stellenbosch set the scene for this year’s South African Cheese Festival, where Lancewood took top honours for the best stand in the commercial cheese category.

Over 30 000 cheese-lovers came to enjoy a weekend full of cheese, wine and other delicacies.

“People are always on the lookout for new lunchbox inspiration for their children, as well as themselves," said Viva Titus, brand manager at Lancewood.

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