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Garlic Pepper Feta Whip


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Flourishes of lemon, pepper, and garlic with feta and olive oil make this zesty spreadable unforgettable.

Spread on crostini and bagels, smear on bread and broil it, scoop up with raw veggies, or stir into scrambled eggs or cooked pasta.

28% butterfat; 52% moisture

Ingredients: pasteurized milk, salt, olive oil, bacterial culture, microbial enzyme, calcium chloride, seasonings.

Little Qualicum Cheeseworks

Little Qualicum Cheeseworks was established in 2001 by Clarke and Nancy Gourlay. After a career in humanitarian aid and development, the Gourlays, including their three young sons, moved to Vancouver Island to be close to family and explore their dream of making Swiss-style artisan cheese. On June 29, 2019 Clarke Gourlay died in a mountaineering accident in Strathcona Park. His immense vision and passion were largely to be credited for the success of Little Qualicum Cheeseworks and his loss left a significant hole in the business. In early 2021, Nancy made the decision to retire, and in the summer of 2021 Albert Gorter and Chelsea Enns moved on-site and began training with the Gourlay family.

Albert Gorter grew up on a 600-acre dairy farm near Otterburne, Manitoba. He studied animal science at Lakeland College and worked in other agricultural areas before returning to his family farm where he and his partner Chelsea Enns took over management. Along with a passion for excellence in dairy farming, Albert and Chelsea developed a strong interest in the processing side of the dairy industry and even established their own yogurt brand which they operated for a year. When the time came to pursue the next stage of their vision, they made the decision to bring their experience, energy and passion to Little Qualicum Cheeseworks and Morningstar Farm on Vancouver Island. Albert is now the farm manager and Chelsea oversees the cheesemaking and tourism operations. Their two-year-old son Rory is enjoying island life and so is farm dog, Emma.

Over the years of change and growth, Little Qualicum Cheeseworks continues to be a family business and remains committed and passionate about quality local food, sustainable agriculture, animal welfare, and providing a fun, educational, and delicious experience to all visitors of the farm and customers of their cheese across British Columbia. 

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