Cheese Is Our Business

Suppliers of Fine Cheese to Leading Hotels & Restaurants

About Us

The Good Cheese Company works with retailers, hoteliers and chefs here in the UK to supply first-class cheese and fine foods along with a generous serving of tailored support. No matter if you are a 5 star hotel or small family run shop, we can offer competitive pricing, top quality products and a fast, efficient delivery system.

We stock around 600+ cheeses and also has a wide range of supplementary items. additionally, we also offer to stock other specific cheeses for our regular customers. We pride ourselves on being flexible and offering an ordering system that fits in with the working hours of our clients.

What Our Clients Buy

  • Cheese, bulk packed 98% 98%
  • Cheese, grated or sliced 54% 54%
  • Complimentary Products 66% 66%
  • Cheese Towers 38% 38%


Fine cheeses. Regional Cheeses. Continental Cheeses. Speciality Cheeses.

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Other Products

We also supply top quality oils, vinegars, pickles, cooking chocolate.

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Weddings & Events

We can also supply fabulous wedding cheese “cakes”.

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Fun Facts About Cheese

The Origin of Cheese

There is no exact information regarding the origin of cheese, archaeological studies have shown the origin of cheese dates as far back as 6000 BC. Studies also show that during that era cheese was made from cow’s milk and goats in Mesopotamia.

The First Cheese Factory

The first cheese factory was established in Switzerland in 1815, however successful mass production began in 1851 in the United States.

Cheshire Cheese

Cheshire cheese is one of the oldest recorded named cheeses in British history: it is first mentioned by Thomas Muffet in Health’s Improvement (c. 1580). There is no earlier specific mention of the cheese of the county, but the importance of Cheshire as one of the main dairy regions of England is already emphasised by William of Malmesbury in the Chester section of his Gesta pontificum Anglorum (“History of the bishops of England”: c. 1125). The claim that Cheshire cheese is referred to in Domesday Book has become widespread but it is “nonsense”.

I wanted a Cheese Wedding cake for my Wedding in May, I spoke with Mike and he invited me over for a tasting and to ‘build’ my cheese wedding cake, our chef at the venue then built it on the day and added fruits. It looked amazing, tasted even better – and I had some left-over for post-honeymoon wedding blues snacks!!! The service was second to none, and the quality and selection of cheeses outstanding… I will be back J

Samantha Brauner

Contact Us

Contact Details


Oakbank Buildings
Bolesworth Road

Phone: 01829 770388