A cheese maker from Ceredigion has stepped in to help colleagues in one of the most famous cheese making areas of the world after they were hit by an earthquake.
Parmesan producers face financial ruin after their warehouses were badly damaged in two tremors earlier in the year.
John Savage-Onstwedder from Ffostrasol is working with producers from Italy to help them sell the cheese on the Internet. They'll also raise funds to support people affected by the earthquake.
Dean Thomas reports.
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