Inglenook Dairy to star on The Project

INGLENOOK Dairy at Dunnstown – the small milk processor taking on the supermarkets – will be introduced to an audience of 500,000 tonight.The family-run outfit made national headlines last year after launching its own brand of high quality milk.Inglenook is scheduled to be featured on Network Ten’s The Project.Reporter Danielle Isdale interviewed the Britt and Peterken families as part of ongoing coverage of food security and environmental issues.The Project is hosted by Charlie Pickering, Carrie Blackmore and comedian Dave Hughes.While the Britt and Peterken families welcomed the show’s interest, they were more excited to meet one of the members of the film crew.Jesse Martin became the youngest sailor to circumnavigate the globe solo, non-stop and unassisted in 1999. Martin, 31, has a film production company and works as a cameraman for The Project.Rachael Peterken said the family was star-struck when Martin visited this week.“We watched a documentary on his trip a couple of years ago and thought he looked familiar,” Mrs Peterken said yesterday.“We were very star-struck and just amazed to have someone like that at our place.“He’s such a humble man.”Mrs Peterken said Martin spoke about his experiences over lunch.“My son, Max, was so excited to be talking with him.“We asked Jesse if he would do it again and he said yes, with his kids and would stop off at lots of places next time.”The Project airs at 6pm on Network Ten. A spokesman said the Inglenook story was scheduled to air tonight.