Farm Shop & Deli Retailer Award Winners

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Farm Shop & Deli Awards

The winners of the 2021 Farm Shop & Deli Retailer Awards have been announced. Judges have revealed their nine Regional Winners and 30 Commended Retailers, chosen from a shortlist of 153 outstanding UK speciality retailers.

Broadcaster, journalist and judges’ chair Nigel Barden crowned the regional winners. He was joined by a panel including food writer and co-chair Elaine Lemm, Deputy Editor at British Baker, Amy North, Hero Hirsh, Branch Manager at Paxton & Whitfield, Fresh Foods Reporter for The Grocer, Henry Sandercock and Andy Swinscoe from The Courtyard Dairy and 2020’s Retailer of the Year award winner.

The 2021 Regional Winners in full:

East Anglia: Barron’s Mobile Shop, Colchester

Midlands: The Farm Stratford, Snitterfield

North East: Corbridge Larder, Northumberland

North West: Seasons bakery, Ingleton

Northern Ireland: Wilsons Butchers, Downpatrick

Scotland: Pro Fish Services, Aviemore

South East: Eggs to Apples Farm Shop, Hurst Green

South West: Veg in a Box, Exeter

Wales: Bodnant Welsh Food, Conwy

Further information: 
Farm Shop & Deli Show 2022 returns to the NEC from Monday 25 through to Wednesday 27 April 2022 

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