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Great British Food Awards join forces with Booths for 2020

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Apr 03, 2020
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We’re all in uncharted territory at the moment, but we’re happy to say that the Great British Food Awards 2020 - in partnership with Booths - will still be going forward as planned.

Aceville‘s Great British Food Awards recently announced a 12-month partnership with Booths to celebrate and elevate Britain’s finest artisan food and drink.

Helen Clarke, marketing manager at Booths said of the tie-up, ‘’Partnering with Great British Food Awards seems a natural step for Booths as there’s a clear synergy between the two brands. We’re best defined by our producers who supply us with a diverse and unique range of products you simply won’t find elsewhere. Over the years, we have worked together to develop strong relationships and consider our suppliers an extension of the Booths family.”

“In the same way we do, the Awards look for products that demonstrate quality and provenance and celebrate the country’s finest artisanal produce, honouring the people behind the scenes. We’re absolutely delighted to be working with Great British Food Awards and can’t wait to find some of the country’s very best food and drink,’’ she added.

Natasha Lovell-Smith, editor of Great British Food magazine and chair of the judging panel said, “I’m absolutely delighted to have Booths on board this year. The Great British Food Awards are all about celebrating the UK’s finest artisanal produce, as well as the hard-working people behind the scenes. Booths are renowned nationwide for using really special local suppliers with a dedication to quality and provenance, so it’s a perfect partnership.”

The awards are judged by many of the nation’s best-loved chefs, cooks and critics, with The Hairy Bikers, Michel Roux Jr, William Sitwell, Raymond Blanc and Monica Galetti, along with many other famous names and faces, lined up to judge categories from this year’s shortlist after entries close on 22nd June 2020. Booths’ buyers will decide on the British Product of the Year from the winners of over 40 categories, and will also be judging the brand new start-up category.

Entries are now open and winners will be announced in the Christmas edition of Great British Food magazine, on sale 29th October 2020. For more information about the awards and to see the full line up of judges, go to or enter here

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