FACE Newsletter
FACE Newsletter

Dear Member of FACEnetwork,

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ABOUT FACE NETWORK

FACE Network is a European network of national associations representing farmhouse and artisan cheesemakers. Our story begins in 2006 when French and German farmhouse cheesemakers started a collaboration to share practical common issues. Later in 2013 FACEnetwork association was created with the objective to represent and defend the interests of farmhouse and artisan cheese and dairy producers on a national and European level.

Today our network counts:

  • 19 full members (producer’s associations) from 16 different European countries;
  • about 4000 producers represented;
  • 19 supporting members from 10 countries;
  • 20 individual members.

Since 2009, farmhouse and artisan cheese makers from several European countries have been working together on areas of common concern such as sanitary regulation, preservation of traditional knowledge, the exchange of experiences, difficulties for small scale dairies.

News

[News from FACE] Annual Meeting 2023

Website and registration is online now!

Follow the link and discover all the information useful to plan your trip in Switzerland! 13th European Farmhouse and Artisan Cheese & Dairy Meeting 2023 Date: 11 … Read more
[News from FACE] Annual Meeting 2023
[News from the members] Sweden

Congratulations to Jürss Mejeri

Sörmlands Ädel is the second cheese in Sweden with “Protected Geographical Indication”. It is a blue cheese made by Jûrss Mejeri out of organic … Read more
[News from the members] Sweden
[News from the members] Germany

New project researching about seasonal problems in goat cheese quality

The majority of organic goat milk farms in Germany process the milk themselves in farm cheese dairies, with the aim of producing … Read more
[News from the members] Germany
[News from FACE] Video Contest

All about Raw Milk

Not only the annual conference but also the video contest will turn all around raw milk and raw milk cheese. Are you a … Read more
[News from FACE] Video Contest