Food & Farming Awards Winners & Finalists

Here are the winners and finalists for the 2009 Food and Farming Awards.

Winners & Finalists

  • grocer

    BEST LOCAL FOOD RETAILER

    A Ryan butchers, Much Wenlock, Shropshire.

    M&M Richardson, Fishmongers, Dungeness, Kent.

    Donaldsons Shop, Stanhope, Co Durham.


    WINNER: A Ryan butchers, Much Wenlock, Shropshire.

  • pumpkin

    BEST FOOD MARKET

    Eye Country Market, Eye, near Diss, Suffolk.

    Riverside and Roathside weekly markets, Cardiff.

    The Goods Shed, Daily Market, Canterbury, Kent.


    WINNER: The Goods Shed, Daily Market, Canterbury, Kent.

  • fish and chips

    BEST TAKEAWAY

    Thali Café, Bristol.

    Chang Noi, Mickle Trafford, Chester.

    Traditional Fish Smokery, Under the Arches, Brighton.

    Patricks' Kitchen, The Goods Shed, Canterbury.


    WINNER: Thali Café, Bristol.

  • cow with calf

    FARMER OF THE YEAR

    Andrew Dennis, Woodlands Organic Farm, Boston.

    George Steriopulos, Manx Loaghtan Sheep, Isle of Mann.

    Geoff and Rosemary Brown, Bluebell Dairy, Derby.


    WINNER: Andrew Dennis, Woodlands Organic Farm, Boston.

  • jars of jam

    BEST FOOD PRODUCER

    The Somerset Cider Brandy Company, Martock, Somerset.

    Trealy Farm Charcuterie, Mitchel Troy, Monmouth.

    The Exmouth Mussel Company, Exmouth, Devon.


    WINNER: Trealy Farm Charcuterie, Mitchel Troy, Monmouth.


    SPECIAL JUDGES AWARD: The Somerset Cider Brandy Company, Martock, Somerset.

  • school dinner

    BEST DINNER LADY OR MAN

    Sarah Allen, The Vine Primary School, Cambourne, Cambs.

    John Rankin, Penair Secondary School, Truro, Cornwall.

    Peter Anderson, Donaldson's, School for the Deaf, Linlithgow.


    WINNER: John Rankin, Penair Secondary School, Truro, Cornwall.

  • Derek Cooper

    DEREK COOPER AWARD

    The Food Ethics Council.

    The Food For Life Partnership.

    Ian Pigott for Open Farm Sunday.


    WINNER: The Food Ethics Council.

  • tinned food in a supermarket

    BEST RETAIL INITIATIVE

    Growfair - Pride of Cornwall, Bodmin, Cornwall.

    The Co-operative, Manchester.

    The Rare Tea Company, London.


    WINNER: Growfair - Pride of Cornwall, Bodmin, Cornwall.



  • BBC FOOD PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR

    Nigel Slater

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