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Yorkshire Coast Winners at Food Awards

Yorkshire Coast Winners at Food Awards

Published by Matthew Pells at 6:06pm 7th November 2019. (Updated at 5:13pm 8th November 2019)

A Scarborough Chocolatier and A Whitby Fish specialist have been named winners at the 2019 Deliciously Yorkshire Taste Awards.

Crofts Chocolates in Scarborough won the Best Confectionery award at last night's ceremony for their Scarborough Salted Caramel.

Best Confectionery

Whitby based Noble’s Shellfish & Curing won the Best Fish & Seafood award for their Whitby Cold Smoked Scottish Salmon.

Best Fish and Seafood

Both local firms were competing against companies from across Yorkshire for the awards.

The awards were given out after three days of judging by a panel of experts who included top chefs, food writers, supermarkets buyers, who carefully judged each of the several hundred products in turn.

Head Judge, Nigel Barden said:

“We’ve tasted and judged some fantastic products over the last week.  As ever, the standard has been incredibly high and at times it’s been difficult to decide on a single winner for each category.  The entries are a great reflection of the food and drink scene in Yorkshire and it’s a pleasure to return each year to find it thriving.”

As well as Nigel, the panel included local chefs Steph Moon from Rudding Park and Josh Whitehead from the Harewood Food and Drink Project as well as Gilly Robinson from Malton Cookery School and Adrian Boswell from Selfridges in London who made the trip North to sample what the County had to offer.




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