Wales' only native cheese has joined the ranks of Welsh lamb, Anglesey sea salt and Pembrokeshire early potatoes in being awarded a special status.
The name Traditional Welsh Caerphilly is protected from imitation, misuse and fraud under the European Protected Geographical Indication (PGI).
Gwynfor and Thelma Adams started making the cheese in 1987 when milk quotas were introduced.
Thirty years on it is still made with the same original recipe.
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