Cheese producer lauded for on-site renewables progress

An independent cheese producer and milk processor in the UK has been recognised for its commitment to on-site renewable energy.

Wyke Farms was 'Highly Commended' at the BusinessGreen Leaders Award in London recently in the 'Company of the Year' category, which had four finalists: Marks & Spencer (winner) and Sainsbury's and Interface as the other finalists.

Wyke Farms achieved 'Highly Commended' in recognition for its renewable energy project, which aims to create a sustainable working farm; one in which it sources all of its electricity and gas from solar and biogas generated from the farm and dairy waste.

Wyke Farms has made a commitment to be one of the first national food brands to be self-sufficient in green energy.

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