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Factory behind Cathedral City Cheddar is fined £1.5million for poisoning salmon and ‘foul’ stench


The Queen’s cheddar cheese supplier has been fined £1.5million for poisoning salmon and trout and leaving a Cornwall locals with the ‘foul’ stench of pollution.

The UK’s biggest cheese-making factory at Davidstow, Cornwall polluted the local area and was fined the seven-figure amount at Truro Crown Court today.

The factory produces Cathedral City, a brand enjoyed by Her Majesty, as well as butter brands Clover and Country Life and has a £451million turnover. 

The plant admitted pollution fences over a five-year period between 2016 and 2021 which blighted the lives of locals.

The Canadian-owned operation admitted 21 pollution incidents and permit breaches which have happened at its Davidstow creamery near Camelford.

The UK's biggest cheese-making factory at Davidstow, Cornwall polluted the local area and was fined the seven-figure amount at Truro Crown Court today

The UK’s biggest cheese-making factory at Davidstow, Cornwall polluted the local area and was fined the seven-figure amount at Truro Crown Court today

The pollution incidents have led to fish kills in the River Inny in 2016 and 2018.

The river is used for breeding…



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