News & Events
Natural Pastures Earns Bronze Medal in World Cheese Championship
Natural Pastures took third place for its Comox Camembert in this year’s World Cheese Championship held in Wisconsin, upsetting the French media as two of their camemberts placed 10th and 12th. For more, click on the story below from the Comox Valley Record.
New wine-infused, artisan cheese is finalist in three categories at Canadian Cheese Awards
Natural Pastures’ new Vin d’ici Chardonnay specialty cheese (pronounced van-dee-see) is a finalist in the ‘Best Semi-Soft Cheese,’ ‘Best New Cheese’ and ‘Best B.C. Cheese’ categories. Natural Pastures’ fresh Cherry Cow Bocconcini and Water Buffalo Paneer have
Listen to Doug Smith, General Manager of Natural Pastures Cheese, speaking with the hosts of The Edible Valley Podcast (July 14th, 2015)
As one of the Comox Valley’s cornerstone food producers that help put our humble, beautiful Valley on the map, Doug is one of those key talents that took a small business idea, and turned it into a national brand! He walks us through the process of getting started, growing to fit your market, and establishing yourself amongst your peers. We had a great time with Doug – who is just a wealth of information of Valley history, business planning and above all: Cheese! Listen to The Edible Valley Podcast
Natural Pastures at Cheese Rolling Festival
Whistler’s Canadian Cheese Rolling Festival takes place this Saturday, and the star of the show comes from right here on Vancouver Island. Watch the fun on CTV News video
Natural Pastures brings home awards from the Canadian Cheese Grand Prix
Comox Valley’s own Natural Pastures Cheese Company captured two category wins at this year’s Canadian Cheese Grand Prix for their Cherry Cow Bocconcini and their Comox Brie. Read more
Gift boxes and baskets are available all year for sale. Basic Basket of any three cheeses is $27.00. Each additional cheese is $7.50. Triple Cheese Camembert and Buffalo Brie are an addition $9.00. For destinations off Vancouver Island we provide a Natural Pastures cooler bag for $2.00.