NEW HOLLAND, PA. – Savencia Cheese USA and its Oregon-based Rogue Creamery amassed 10 medals – including two super golds – at the 2022 World Cheese Awards in Wales.

The dairy manufacturer’s top-scoring cheeses, which achieved the super gold rating, were Esquirrou in the hard ewes' milk cheese plain category, and Bluehorn Blue Cheese in other cow's milk blue cheese, not in any other class.

Savencia Cheese USA and Rogue Creamery also earned two golds, two silvers and four bronzes at the international competition.

St. Agur and St. Andre 7 oz took gold. Roquefort Papillon Noir and Oregon Blue earned silver. Supreme 2 kg, Supreme 7 oz, Crater Lake Blue Cheese and Cheese Is Love Cheddar each received a bronze rating.

"It's our mission to produce world-class cheeses," said Greg Somerville, chief executive officer of Savencia North America. "Savencia Cheese USA's multiple wins at the 2022 World Cheese Awards solidifies our superiority when it comes to fine cheeses."

The award-winning cheeses are available at grocery stores throughout the United States.

Savencia Cheese USA is a part of global milk processor Savencia Fromage & Dairy. Overall, the France-based company received more than 45 medals.

Complete results from this year’s World’s Cheese Awards can be found online at the event’s website. More than 4,400 cheeses that originated from 42 countries were evaluated for the contest.