Three Food NI producer members are in the running for the title of Supreme Champion of 2022. Among the highest-scoring 3-star products at this year’s awards are The Single Rose, Ballylisk of Armagh Farmhouse Brie from Ballylisk Dairies (http://ballyliskofarmagh.com), Wild Sika Venison Loin from Baronscourt Estate (http://barons-court.com), Corndale Chorizo Picante from Corndale Charcuterie (http://corndalefarm.com).
One of them will take home a Great Taste Golden Fork award – a trophy which celebrates the best in region – in a few weeks’ time and are in with a chance of scooping the top honour of the Great Taste Supreme Champion 2022.
Christabel Cairns, operations & marketing director at the Guild of Fine Food comments: “It’s really interesting to see some of the overall trends that we saw during the main judging process reappearing in the Golden Forks nominees list. Well-made and innovative ingredients, plus excellent examples of more traditional products – a real reflection of the quality that food lovers and independent retailers look for across all the categories.”
There are a total of 36 3 star nominees for a Golden Fork, but just one will take home the highest accolade of them all – a winner described by judges as “so delicious”, “incredible” and “addictive”.
All will be revealed on Monday 5 September during the Great Taste Golden Forks awards ceremony held at Southwark Cathedral, London.