The position available is to assist in all aspects of the wholesale department, based at our warehouse in Bermondsey. Four days each week will be spent in sales of cheese to trade customers and preparation and packing of cheese orders. One day a week will be spent working with our retail team in Borough Market/East Dulwich to gain greater knowledge of the cheeses. Click HERE if you would like to learn more about this position.
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Mons Cheesemongers is a small business working in sales of farmhouse and traditional cheese from France, Switzerland and the UK. We wholesale to an increasing number of restaurants, food halls and independent shops across the UK. We are looking for a full-time wholesale assistant to join our team.
The position available is to assist in all aspects of the wholesale department, based at our warehouse in Bermondsey. Three days each week will be spent in sales of cheese to trade customers, predominantly the preparation and packing of cheese orders. Two days a week will be spent working with our retail team at Borough market to gain greater knowledge of the cheeses. This role is an opportunity to learn about the production, selection and maturation of cheese. To share our enormous love of cheese is the most essential criteria for success. Click here for more information, give us a ring on 02070646912 or email your CV and cover letter to email@example.com
Enthusiastic, friendly cheese lover required to join our experienced retail team on a full-time basis. In this role, you will have the opportunity to learn about the production, selection and maturation of cheese. To share our enormous love of cheese is the most essential criteria for success. If you would like more information then please feel free to get in touch or click HERE to read a bit more about the position. We look forward to hearing from you.
Would you like to sell great cheese, then why not apply? The position available is to join our experienced retail team on a part time basis (2 days a week), serving cheese directly to our wonderful retail customers. In this role, you will have the opportunity to learn about the production, selection and maturation of cheese. To share our enormous love of cheese is the most essential criteria for success. Click HERE for more information.
It's been a (very long) while since our last post but we are looking forward to getting back in the habit of keeping you all up to date with what's going on here at Mons. To kick off, we're happy to announce that we are now selling Parmigiano Reggiano. The cheeses come from 5th generation maturer Giorgio Cravero. Based in the beautiful, northern Italian town of Bra (home of the Slow Foods Cheese extravaganza), Giorgio works with only a handful of farms which can supply him with the texture and flavour profiles he desires: 'sweet and creamy'.
Our cheeses, at only 18 months old, are young, but don't let that put you off. We think this younger age profile best shows off the rich depth of flavour in Giorgio's cheeses, and the higher moisture content makes this cheese one that can (and should) be eaten on your cheese board. Parmigiano Reggiano is not just for grating folks, not when it's as good as this.
Thank you to everyone who has come to buy from us these past few weeks. Whether a regular at our markets or shopping with us for the first time in East Dulwich, we hope your cheese makes for excellently enjoyable eating over the coming festive days. Happy Christmas from everyone at Mons Cheesemongers!
After many months of hard work our new shop in East Dulwich will finally open it's doors to the public on Wednesday the 5th July. You can find us at 153 Lordship Lane and we would love for any and all of you to drop in, say hello, try some cheese and help us celebrate this latest addition to our business. We very much look forward to seeing you all very soon.
Jon, Jane, Chris, Emma (*2), Mary, Tom and Laurie
We’re looking for full time cheesemongers to join our Retail team. An inexhaustible enthusiasm for cheese & all things milk-related is key. The position involves 5 days a week work, including Saturdays & Sundays. Full availability during the Christmas & New Year period is essential. We work outdoors throughout the year, lifting heavy cheese and equipment. Overseas travel to France may be required. This is a permanent position requiring a minimum commitment of 1 year. For a full job description, please click here.
As the sun finally begins to show itself, our minds should be often thinking about what tasty cheeses are being made around France and Switzerland at this time of year, where mountain herbs and flowers abound and the milk from summer pasture is fermented into the stuff of legend. Check out Vincent Tyrode, maker of an absolute belter of a cheese in the Swiss Jura.
Right! Enough, we say! January's done and dusted and good old retox starts here. Perhaps with, say, a delicious crisp Alsatian wine. Pair it with a piece of Munster from our Borough stall and get stuck into our latest film about the out-and-out prince of washed-rind cheeses. Wallop!
As our focus during the winter shifts to the wonders of cheese whilst we gather round the hearths and kitchens of our cosy homes, we thought you might enjoy a small in-house film about one of our favourite seasonal cheeses, the fantastic and curious Bleu de Termingnon.
Hopefully we'll be seeing you soon at the stall to try some! You might well be tasting the very same wheel Catherine is making in the film...
Crack out the popcorn!
We have finished editing the first in a series of short films documenting our producers and the cheeses that they make.
Following our most recent trip to the Auvergne, we watch Marcel Taillé make SALERS DE BURON.
We're excited to announce that we are now trading at the wonderful Brockley market. Find us there every Saturday from 10am-2pm
UPDATE: Wapping Market is taking a winter break and will return to trading in the late Spring
We're very excited to be bringing cheese across the River to Wapping Market which launches this Sunday 29th June 2014.
On Thursday 7th February, we'll be moving to a new site at Borough Market.
As many of you will know, for some years now, there has been construction work being carried out on the railway lines that run above Borough Market. During this time, a whole section of the central market space has been out of action whilst new tracks were built and installed. But after a long wait, this work is now done and the market area beneath has been refurbished to create a network of alleys and pens which provide a more permanent base for many of the familiar traders.
We'll be open for business as usual at 11am this Thursday in our new pen. It's located halfway down the first alley to your right as you enter the market along Stoney St or first alley on the left if you enter through the market's main Art Deco arch into Three Crown Square.
We're looking forward to setting up shop immensely so make your way down to the river and come and find us and the cheeses in our new home.
We hope to see you all very soon.