Will Queen Elizabeth II be forced to give up her favorite cheese, Daily Crest, from the Buckingham Palace menu? According to the British newspaper "The Guardian", this Wednesday, June 29, the royal family issued an ultimatum for Daily Crest, its favourite dairy. Daily Crest is implicated in an environmental scandal. Palace sources say that the British royals could "revoke" the certification they gave to the company at any time.
Queen Elizabeth II loves a variety of products. 800 labels are issued each year, which guarantees a high-quality dish for the royal family. Daily Crest cheese could lose its golden certificate, which is a logo on the package. The British Environment Agency has just fined the company 1.5 million pounds sterling.
It all began when East Cornwall residents noticed an egg smell around Daily Crest's dairy. The British found out that the factory was dumping liquid and suspended solids, as well as biocidal sludge, into the water. This industrial pollution killed over 100 fish, including trout and salmon.
The queen has been in discussions with the creamery since then. Otherwise, the company will not be able to stamp its products. A spokesperson for Buckingham Palace told The Guardian that dairy Crest had made them aware of the issue and kept us informed about their response. Environmental activists across the country laud this royal commitment.
The dairy, for its part, expressed "its sincere regrets to all those who were affected". Daily Crest stated in a statement that "extensive work was done to resolve the historical issues to the prosecution was connected."