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Adam and Hannie Van Bergeijk were first farmers and cheesemakers in The Netherlands, and purchased their dairy farm just outside New Hamburg, Ontario in 1996, with a dream to return to cheesemaking. They started making Mountainoak Cheese in 2012 when dairy farmers were now permitted to handcraft artisan cheese. On their land, they grow, feed, care for, and milk their herd of over 200 dairy cows. They turn 4,000 litres of high-quality milk into each batch of delicious artisanal Mountainoak cheese, and they try to make cheese 2-3 times each week! In today’s fast-paced world, even farmers need to be on social media. It’s become a key tool for marketing and communicating with customers; social media gives farmers a platform to tell their story to consumers. In Mountainoak Cheese’s case, for showing how the cheese is made, sharing excitement about competitions, and keeping customers informed of their weekly specials and new retail partners where their cheese can be found.
La Tienda: Ham and the Supply Chain
Organisation Name: La Tienda Web References: latienda.com Industry: Retail Name of Contact: Jonathan Harris, President and Creative Director Web References: latienda.com, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, Pinterest, Wikipedia Description of how social media is used for business performance Ibérico ham from Spain is one of the most expensive hams in the world. The ham, made from celebrated pigs lovingly cared… Read more »