02 Oct 2012 13:47
BBC Good Food Shows announce scrumptious Bursary Award Winners
Following six months of scouring the country and arduous tasting sessions BBC Haymarket Exhibitions announce the delicious winners of the BBC Good Food Show Bursary Awards.
The Bursary Awards enable BBC Haymarket Exhibitions to reward passionate, dedicated and outstanding artisan producers. Winners are provided with a free of charge stand at one of the three Shows this autumn and given the opportunity to put their products in front of tens of thousands of food fans.
Gillian Carter, editor of Good Food Magazine, said: ‘I am so happy with this year’s pick of Bursary Award Winners. We tasted over 60 products altogether and these really stood out for their overall quality - and we think our visitors will love them! It’s great to be able to support outstanding fledgling producers and we can’t wait for the visitors to see the produce.’
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You can see the full list of this year’s BBC Good Food Show Bursary Award winners below:
BBC Good Food Show Scotland, SECC, Glasgow, 19 – 21 Oct
Gusto – handmade dressings, marinades, sauces, spice blends, oils and infused vinegars made in Edinburgh.
Mo’s Cookie Dough – all natural fresh cookie dough ready to slice and cook - made in Glasgow.
The Chilli Chutney Company/ Muckrach Lodge Hotel – all natural restaurant quality sauces and condiments. Based in Grantown on Spey and only just launching as retail brand.
The Ochil Fudge Company – hand made fudge, Scottish tablet, macaroon and honeycomb made in Alva, Clackmannanshire.
BBC Good Food Show London, Olympia, 09 – 11 Nov
Bim’s Kitchen Ltd – African sauces and condiments using ingredients such as Baobab fruit, alligator pepper and melon seeds, along with fresh local produce. Made in Palmers Green.
Twitter - @bimskitchen
Maha Partnership Ltd – fresh chutneys made to authentic Pakistan and Indian recipes, based in Slough.
Norfolk Cordial – all natural, locally sourced fruit based cordials and juices, based in Matlaske, North Norfolk.
Patchett’s Confectionery Ltd – all natural, handmade marshmallows, salted caramels and honeycomb - made in Islington.
The Celtic Sea-spice Co – seasonings made from hand-harvested natural seaweeds, produced in Edinburgh.
Well Seasoned Ltd – British seasonal pestos made from UK grown produce that change with the seasons, made in Park Royal, London.
Twitter - @seasonalfood
Website - www.wellseasoned.co.uk
BBC Good Food Show Winter – NEC, Birmingham, 28 Nov – 2 Dec.
Bendylegs – granola made with local, all natural Welsh ingredients in Swansea, Wales.
CNWD – smoked meat and fish along with pates and terrines produced using traditional production methods and from local, natural ingredients. Produced in Llanelli, Wales.
Forage Fine Foods – uses seasonal, foraged ingredients to make products such as herb and spice mixes, preserves, jellies, syrups and cakes. Based in Walterstone, Herefordshire.
Meadowsweet Flowers – crystallised fresh edible flowers, along with chocolates topped with crystallised flowers - based in South Molton, Devon.
Pig & Co – Sausages, bacon and hams made from free range, rare breed pigs - based in Goostrey, Cheshire.
Shropshire Chocolates by Toot Sweets – handmade chocolates made using local Shropshire ingredients. Made in Shrewsbury.
BBC Good Food Show Summer – NEC, Birmingham, 12 – 16 June 2013
Ooomeringues – handmade meringues in allsorts of shapes, colours, flavours and sizes. Made in Newtown, Powys, Wales.
Pepper and Stew Ltd – traditional handmade, all natural African cooking sauces made in Northolt, London.
Saison! – seasoning salts, peppers and sugars made in Dorchester, Dorset.
Slamseys Drinks Ltd – fruit liqueurs and gins made from fruit picked from her farm and hedgerows - made in Braintree, Essex.