A third-generation Cornish dairy unveiled new branding at this year's Royal Cornwall Show.

Trewithen Dairy brought a range of dairy products to the event from June 6 to June 8.

The show gave attendees their first look at the company's new branding.

According to Tewithen Dairy, the new identity will stand as a testament to its commitment to community, sustainability, and excellence.

It represents an important milestone in the company's history and is a demonstration of its dedication to providing quality, locally-sourced dairy products.

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At their stand, visitors were able to sample three new yoghurt variants — Greek-style, peaches and cream, as well as strawberries and clotted cream.

Visitors with a love for coffee also enjoyed Trewithen Dairy's acclaimed Barista Milk. Developed specifically for those cafe-quality homebrews, it is said to enhance the creamy flavour and texture of every cup.

Before the show, managing director of Trewithen Dairy, Francis Clarke, said: "We are thrilled to return to the Royal Cornwall Show and share our exciting new developments with our community.

"Our new branding, yoghurt flavours, and Barista Milk reflect our ongoing commitment to excellence and innovation.

"We look forward to welcoming visitors to our stand to celebrate these milestones together."