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Best Bakery of the Year winner at the Devon Life Food and Drink Awards 2015

PUBLISHED: 09:00 06 November 2015 | UPDATED: 12:18 09 November 2015

Best Bakery winner - Dan Mifsud and sponsor Phil Griffin.

Best Bakery winner - Dan Mifsud and sponsor Phil Griffin.

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The most important factor in this category was the variety and freshness of products available. Judges were looking at the quality of ingredients, taste, texture, flavour and crust

Devon Life Food and Drink Awards 2015Devon Life Food and Drink Awards 2015

WINNER: The Almond Thief, Dartington

The Almond Thief are craft bakers based in Dartington, supplying a number of local shops, cafes and restaurants with our range of bread. They welcome the public to visit them, where you can buy our full range of baked goods, from cardamom buns to sprouted rye.


Bawdens the Bakers is a family run business set in the historical town of Bampton, Devon. The bakery was established in 1939 by Frank J Bawden and is still in his family today. Using traditional methods of baking, the bread is still handcrafted by master bakers on the premises.

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Red Dog Bakery, Black Torrington

Red Dog are n Artisan micro bakery based in Black Torrington, Devon UK. They provide sourdough and yeasted breads to villages in the area and to farmers markets across Devon as well as bread making classes at their cookery school

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