The winners of the annual Food Awards Wales have been announced, and a few businesses from North Wales have picked up national accolades.
Noodle One in Bangor picked up the best Oriental eatery award in the Wales-wide category, while Anglesey Cookery School was named cookery school of the year, the Daily Post reported .
In addition, Tafarn y Gader Tapas, Bistro and Bar in Dolgellau won the best Mediterranean award, and dairy food provider of the year went to South Caernarfon Creameries Limited in Pwllheli. Welsh food producer of the year was awarded to Felin Honeybees in Cemlyn on Anglesey.
This strong showing from businesses in North Wales indicates just how much high-quality produce comes from the region, as well as how many excellent eateries there are for people to enjoy.
There were also categories for North Wales-based businesses, with winners here including Enochs Fish & Chips at Llandudno Junction for takeaway of the year, and Bangor’s Follow Your Bliss Cafe winning in the cafe/bistro of the year category.
Managing director of South Caernarfon Creameries Alan Wyn-Jones told the newspaper that this award is particularly special: “All awards provide fantastic recognition for our co-operative but as this particular award was voted for by members of the public it is of real significance,” he stated.
Food businesses from North Wales were also among the firms picked out in a recent London Stock Exchange list of Companies to Inspire Britain. The 1,000 SMEs highlighted from around the UK included liquid milk processing business Tomlinson’s from Wrexham and KK Fine Foods, which is based in Deeside.
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