, Australia

Pure Dairy to give away year's supply of cheese curds

The winner of the promotion will be announced on 15 October.

Australian-based dairy products supplier Pure Dairy is celebrating the upcoming National Cheese Curd Day next month by giving away a year's supply of cheese curds.

To enter the promotion, those interested are instructed to upload their "craziest" cheese curd creation on Instagram and tagging their @TheBurgerCheese account.

An essential part of the cheese making process, cheese curds are fresh, young cheddar cheese in their natural form before being processed into blocks and aged.

The year's supply is equivalent to 365 kilograms of cheese curds. The winner of the contest will be announced on 15 October.

Based in Melbourne, Pure Dairy specialises in supplying of quality dairy products to the food, beverage and flavour industries in the country. Some of their products include their Australian Mozzarella, Dutch Portion Butter, New Zealand Cheddar, Swiss Emmental, Italian Parmesan and Greek Feta.

(Photo credit: Pure Dairy website)

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