BBC Food Awards 2010 – Nominations Wanted

By | Aug 4, 2010

Sheila Dillon - BBC Food Awards

This is the eleventh year of the BBC Food Awards. The Awards aim to search for the best in food and farming and today these Awards have never been more relevant. With so many people looking for new ways to make money in the food business, we need models to inspire us to do that in the best way.

The winners of last year’s Best Food Producer category are a great example of what the 2010 BBC Food Awards are all about. Trealy Farm Charcuterie won by producing world-class cured meats made from native breed pigs, reared free-range on farms in the Welsh borders providing a fillip to pig farming and a way to cut imports.

Nominations for the Awards closes on 15th August and I would encourage everyone to visit the BBC site for a full list of entry forms, categories and more information

http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/features/ffa/2010/introduction/

To get a flavour of last year’s awards you can listen to this BBC podcast of the special 10th anniversary edition of The BBC Food and Farming Awards. The programme is presented by Sheila Dillon with an all star line up including Raymond Blanc, Alex James and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall.

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