Food Awards

If a tyre company can make a big name for itself sponsoring restaurant awards, then why not an accountancy firm sponsoring aspiring food businesses?

Accountants Garbutt + Elliott launched their first awards in 2018. Today they have announced the shortlist for this year’s ‘entrepreneurial food businesses’.  The judging panel includes the respected York food blogger York on a Fork and Yorkshire chef Stephanie Moon.

Winners will be announced on 7th March at a do at York’s Castle Museum. The shortlist has some cracking local businesses, many I had never come across. Here’s the shortlist:

One of the judges, chef Stephanie Moon

Best Innovation – sponsored by SIAFS

The Yorkshire Pudding Pie Company

Seagrown

Dine Delivered

Scotts Fish and Chips

‘Deliciouslyorkshire’ Taste Award – sponsored by Deliciouslyorkshire

Savoury Taste

Nukkad Indian Street Food

Yorkshire Born Yorkshire Fed

Wild Greens Farm

Chef Akila

Sweet Taste

Cedar Barn farm Shop and Cafe

Freaks of Nature

Drink

Hotham’s Gin School and Distillery

York Gin

Growth Business of the Year  sponsored by Urban Market

Cedar Barn farm Shop and Cafe

Minskip Farm Shop

Best Partnership  sponsored by the Yorkshire Food Guide

Birds On The Loose

Breckenholme Trading Company and Staal Smokehouse

York Gin and York Cocoa House

Young Business of the Year  sponsored by Made In Yorkshire

Fitch Brew Co Ltd

Kinoko Kombucha

York Gin

Cooper King

Leeds Cookery School

Best Yorkshire Exporter – sponsored by Department for International Trade

North Bar Ltd

Warrendale Farms

Best Yorkshire Brand – sponsored by Rollits

Hesper Skyr

Yorkshire Rapeseed Oil

York Gin

Sloemotion

North Brewing

Binghams Food Ltd

Yorkshire Grit: Resilience Award

Bramhope Village Bakery

Mak Tok Ltd

Atom Beers

 

 

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