Visitors to Thornloe Cheese’s retail store can now learn about the Northern business and its history, thanks to new signage that’s also part of culinary tourism promotion in the Temiskaming area. Pictured above are, from left, cheesemaker Jackson McDiarmid, with a wheel of Thornloe’s Temiskaming cheese, assistant store manager Janessa Knott, store manager Natasha Racicot, executive assistant Jennifer Malinowski, and Thornloe Cheese brand ambassador Pam Hamel. (Staff photo by Diane Johnston)

Next chapter in Thornloe Cheese story unveiled

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter HARLEY – At the Thornloe Cheese retail store, shoppers can pick up their favourite varieties and try some new products. But they can now also learn…

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Next chapter in Thornloe Cheese story unveiled was last modified: June 9th, 2021 by Editorial Staff