DODONI, one of the leading dairy companies in Greece, has announced the launch of its top of the range Feta and Halloumi in more than 200 Marks & Spencer stores across the UK.
Following recent news confirming that the exclusive trademark for Halloumi in the UK has been restored, Cypriot farmers have gained exclusive rights to market their cheese using the ‘Halloumi’ description.
Tom Seepers, CEO of DODONI commented, "At DODONI, we welcome the news that the Halloumi trademark is back where it belongs. We collect milk from local farmers and use traditional recipes to make our Halloumi the way Cyprus has always made it – so it is important to us that consumers are able to tell the difference."
Unique And Distinctive Flavour
DODONI Halloumi, produced near Limassol in Cyprus, is characterised with a unique and distinctive flavour, derived from the exclusive use of 100% Cypriot cow, sheep, and goat milk.
It has a unique taste, strong nutritional values and is rich in protein.
Halloumi has become highly popular around the world and the UK is one of the largest importers of the cheese, consuming close to 17,000 tonnes of the product.
Exports from Cyprus have grown by more than 20% per annum in recent years.
DODONI is known globally for being Greece's leading Feta brand and the company's range of products is exported to more than 50 countries worldwide.
DODONI follows the highest quality standards and has a strong commitment to sustainability, including purchasing milk exclusively from local, artisan farmers since 1963.
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