The PRWIRE Press Releases https:// 2014-11-13T02:31:55Z Family Business Cottage Cheese Farm Goes Digital 2014-11-13T02:31:55Z family-business-cottage-cheese-farm-goes-digital Cottage Cheese Farm, one of Melbourne North’s fastest growing cheese companies, has recently launched its new website.  “The new website acknowledges Cottage Cheese Farm’s growing importance as a cheese supplier beyond Melbourne’s northern suburbs” says Managing Director Giuseppe Cristiano. “We wanted a site that reflected our family values, and showcases our products in a modern way, and I believe we’ve done this. It’s a very visual site.”  The new site and the company’s new Facebook page are all designed to help the business strengthen its engagement with the local public. Cottage Cheese Farm has grown so quickly in the past five years that it is now building a bigger factory in Broadmeadows so that it can continue to meet demand.  The business is set to move to the new premises in late 2015. As recognition of the potential new employment that could be created by the expanding business, in June 2014, the Australian and Victorian Governments awarded Cottage Cheese Farm a grant from the Melbourne’s North Innovation and Investment Fund to assist in the expansion of the business.  Giuseppe Cristiano believes this is a good news story for Melbourne’s north. “Having grown up in Melbourne’s north and having been involved in manufacturing all my life, I am proud to be involved in a business that is providing employment to Melbourne’s north.” About Cottage Cheese Farm: Cottage Cheese Farm is a family-owned business that was started in 2000 by Antonio Cristiano as a hobby after he retired from managing Glenroy Bakery. The company now supplies wholesale businesses, predominantly in Melbourne’s north, with quality cheese and yoghurt products including haloumi, ricotta and mozzarella. For more information, visit the website or contact us at or (03) 9306 2516.