Quality of UK fresh produce-based foods lauded in Great Taste Awards

Many food and drink products made from UK fresh produce have been awarded stars in the respected Great Taste Awards.

Image: Adam Kerfoot-Roberts
Image: Adam Kerfoot-Roberts

Those getting three stars included:

  • Pilton keeved Somerset cider
  • Sheppy's Oak-Matured Vintage Cider
  • The Artisan Kitchen's Blaisdon Red Plum Jam

while among those awarded two stars were:

  • Rosebud Preserves' Gooseberry & Elderflower Jam
  • The Tomato Stall's Isle of Wight Piccolo tomatoes
  • H Weston & Sons' Wyld Wood Organic Cider and Henry Weston's Vintage Cider
  • Little Stour Orchard's 10 Acre Cider Vinegar
  • Rosemary Vineyard's Plum Wine
  • Tamnagh Foods' Beetroot Pickle
  • Ampleforth Abbey Cider
  • Yorkshire Wolds Apples' Traditional Apple Juice
  • Bensons Fruit Juices' Joosed! Junior Blackcurrant & Apple
  • Perry's Cider's Somerset Redstreak Cider
  • South West Garlic Farm's British Black Garlic
  • Luscombe Organic Drinks' Apple & Apricot Juice
  • The Artisan Kitchen's Mirabelle Plum Jam

Claimed to be the largest and most trusted awards scheme for speciality fine food and drink, Great Taste Awards are judged by a panel of over 400 experts including chefs, buyers, food writers and retailers.

 


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