Britain’s Best Bites
The Great British Food Awards are renowned for shining the spotlight on some of the UK’s very best producers - and this year’s edition of the awards were no exception.
Read on to discover some of our favourite finds from the class of 2022…
Locally Sourced Sustainably Produced Beers from Hepworth Brewery
Hepworth Brewery are award-winning brewers of craft and contemporary beers based in the Heart of Sussex. Focusing on flavour that can be enjoyed across the spectrum of tastes, their 14 ales and lagers are gluten-free, suitable for vegans and mostly certified organic, in keeping with their declared focus on quality, sustainability and locally sourced ingredients.
Handcrafted Award Winning Gooey Brownies by Yvette’s Chocolates
Following the Award last year, Yvette’s Chocolates’ Gooey Brownies are proving popular with customers. The main comment the team gets after “Wow” is “they are just so gooey and chocolatey!” Now available to order online or pick up from the Yvette’s Chocolates shop.
Taste the Spirit of the Orkney Islands with gold medal winning Aatta Gin
Inspired by selkies and the sea, Orkney Gin Company’s Aatta Gin - voted the best bottle and best design in the world, (World Drinks Awards 2022) - immerses you into the centuries old history and folklore from the Orkney Islands with an enchanting and exceptional eight times distilled gold winning gin.
Piquant Pickled Whole Fruits in a Sweet, Flavoured Vinegar
Winning the British Grand Champion award helped launch Craic’s range of pickled fruits. Ready to serve straight from the jar - they now appear on Michelin star chefs’ menus across the country with cheese, charcuterie, pate, terrines, cold and smoked meats.
Cook up a storm with Aagrah Foods
Aagrah Foods has added the delectable Lahsen® Tarka Sauce to its already amazing range of sauces and chutneys. Following on from the Mango Murabba finalist in 2021, this secret recipe with pickled garlic has already won a 2-Star Great Taste Award and a Grocer New Product Award - this is one not to be missed.