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WINNER! Sussex Food and Drink Awards

We are over the moon to have won ‘Best Food Producer’ in the 2019 Sussex Food and Drink awards.

Last week we were invited to a glittering, BAFTA-style awards ceremony where we were joined by food producers, chefs, farmers from all over Sussex. After a record-breaking year with 18,000 public votes, celebrations were in full flow where the Sussex food and drink industry took centre stage to receive trophies at the Amex Stadium in Falmer, Brighton. Here you can see Alastair collecting the award on behalf of Real Patisserie.

For full details of all the winners see below.

Visit www.sussexfoodawards.biz for further information on the awards, our 2019 winners and Grand Finalists in all ten categories. They are as follows:

Sponsored by Southern Co-op, the Sussex Food Producer of the Year 2019 winner is Real Patisserie from Brighton & Hove. Grand Finalists are Goodwood Home Farm in Goodwood, West Sussex and

Jengers Craft Bakery in Billingshurst, West Sussex.

Sponsored by Natural PR, the Sussex Drink Producer of the Year 2019 winner is Brighton Gin from Brighton & Hove. Grand Finalists are Bolney Wine Estate in Bolney, West Sussex and Langham Brewery in Lodsworth, West Sussex.

Sponsored by the South of England Agricultural Society in association with Farmers Weekly magazine, the Young Sussex Farmer of the Year 2019 winner is Kate Lywood from Marshalls Farm in Kirdford, West Sussex. Grand Finalists are Rachel Knowles from Trenchmore Farm in Cowfold, West Sussex and Stephen Rusling from Holmsted Farm in Haywards Heath, West Sussex.

Sponsored by Harvey’s Brewery, the Sussex Farmers Market of the Year 2019 winner is Shoreham Farmers Market, West Sussex. Grand Finalists are Lewes Farmers Market, Cliffe Precinct, East Sussex and Chichester Farmers Market, West Sussex.

Sponsored by Sussex Food & Drink Network, the Sussex Food Shop of the Year 2019 winner is Cowdray Farm Shop in Midhurst, West Sussex. Grand Finalists are Stansted Park Farm Shop in Stansted Park, West Sussex and Jeremy’s Two in Cowfold, West Sussex.

Sponsored by RP Meats Wholesale Ltd, the Sussex Butcher of the Year 2019 winner is Cottenham’s of Lindfield – Craft Butcher in Lindfield, West Sussex. Grand Finalists are S K Hutchings Family Butchers and Graziers in Partridge Green, West Sussex and The Butcher and Deli in Rustington, West Sussex.

Sponsored by Natural Partnerships CIC, the Sussex Eating Experience of the Year 2019 winner is The Parsons Table in Arundel, West Sussex. Grand Finalists are etch. by Steven Edwards in Brighton & Hove and Farmer, Butcher, Chef in Goodwood, West Sussex.

Sponsored by SRC-Time, the Sussex Newcomer of the Year 2019 winner is Lorama Foods in Bosham, West Sussex. Grand Finalists are Skylark Cafe Restaurant in Eastbourne, East Sussex and Pollyanna’s Kitchen in West Chiltington, West Sussex.

Sponsored by Horsham District Foodies supported by Food Rocks, the Sussex Street Food of the Year 2019 winner is Mann and Moore in Horsham, West Sussex. Grand Finalists are Garlic Wood Events in Shipley, West Sussex and The BBQ Project in St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex.

Sponsored by Blakes Foods, the Sussex Young Chef of the Year 2019 winner is Isabella Raccagna from Farmer, Butcher, Chef in Goodwood, West Sussex. Grand Finalists are Charlie Simmons from Rathfinny Tasting Room in Alfriston, East Sussex and Dan Ibbotson from etch. in Brighton & Hove.

Posted on May 24, 2019 in News