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Winners announced at Gloucestershire Foodie awards 2023
The first Gloucestershire Foodie Awards winners were announced at the awards evening at Blackfriars Priory in Gloucester on 29th March 2023.
Representatives from the Made in Gloucestershire team were excited to attend, network with current members, meet potential new ones, and most importantly, hand out the awards to the well deserved winners of the Made in Gloucestershire categories.
And the winners for 2023 are...
Made in Glos - Food - Kitchen Garden Foods
Made in Glos Drink - alc - Woodchester Valley Vineyard
Made in Glos Drink - Non-Alc - Eastington Farm Shop
Huge congratulations from us here at Made in Gloucestershire, and a round of applause to all nominees and finalists.
The full list of winners for 2023 winners is as follows: -
Cafe/Coffee shop - The Hideout Café
Casual Chef - Yves Ogrodzki - L'Artisan
Casual Restaurant - Sam's Montpellier
Fine Dining Chef – Brett Russell – Tierra & Mar
International Taste - Non-Solo Pasta
Food and Drink experience - Restaurant GL50
Fine Dining Restaurant - The Painswick
Cookery School - Natural Cookery School
Community Food Hero - National Star
Food Hero - Special award - Carl Benton - Inspired Cookbook
Food/Drink Retailer - The Cotswold Vegbox
Farm Shop – Eastington Farm Shop
Mobile Food - Dirty Boys Kitchen
Pub/Bar - The Farmers Boy
Start-up - Grandbar Snacks
Young Chef - Liam Robbins, Speech House Hotel
The Food Hero special award went to Carl Benton for his Inspired Cookbook supporting Stroud Women’s Refuge and presented by Andrea Rigby from the refuge. All profits from the sale of the book head to this refuge, the only one in Gloucestershire. The book aims to make a positive impact on someone’s life.
Jonathan Smith, Founder of #GlosFoodieAwards comments, “What an evening. Thank you to all the finalists, and congratulations to all the winners – it demonstrates the quality and dedication of what Gloucestershire produces – incredible food, drinks, and innovation all on show. Thank you to our supporters and sponsors of Visit Gloucestershire, Mudwalls, Made in Gloucestershire, and Gloucestershire College.”
The Glos Foodie Awards was held in support of The Long Table CIC initiative based in Stroud. A raffle on the evening raised further funds.
The 2024 Gloucestershire Foodie awards will open for applications later this year. Please visit https://www.gloucestershirefoodieawards.co.uk/ to keep up to date.
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