Rodda's creamery at Scorrier to feature on American TV
One of Cornwall's best-loved exports, Rodda's Cornish Clotted Cream, is appearing on television in the States as part of the 'How Do They Do It?' series.
The Science Channel, which is an American digital cable and satellite television channel, owned by Discovery Communications, came to film at the Scorrier based creamery to learn all about how the world-famous export is made.
The cream was first produced by the family in 1890. In recent years the cream has been awarded the Protected Designation of Origin, (PDO) by the European commission. The clotted cream is produced using only Cornish milk and the PDO means it cannot be imitated in other regions.
Managing director, Nicholas Rodda said: “We sell our Cornish clotted cream all over the world and so it feels only right that our fans can learn a little more about us and how our cream is made – no matter where they are based.
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“Many people wonder how we make our clotted cream so thick and silky with and the crust so golden – it’s down to the rich creamy milk that comes from farms based within a 30-mile radius of our creamery in Scorrier together of course with our careful baking process. Nothing more.”
How Do They Do It? featuring Rodda's is airing in the USA on the Science Channel on September 19 at 10.30pm.