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

PUBLISHED: 10:17 06 November 2015 | UPDATED: 12:28 09 November 2015

Best Food Product winner - sponsor Nigel Bishop, Laura Joy, Rosie Trott.

Best Food Product winner - sponsor Nigel Bishop, Laura Joy, Rosie Trott.

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Nominees for this category were companies or individuals who connected with their communities and used good quality ingredients to provide an excellent finished product.

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

Sponsored by Recoco

WINNER: Tideford Organic Foods, Totnes

Since 1996 Tideford have been producing delicious, award winning fresh organic soup, sauces, pesto, porridges and puddings for retail and catering customers, using only organic ingredients, cooking like you would at home, stirring and tasting every recipe that leaves the kitchen.

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Burts Potato Chips, Roborough

Burts have been hand cooking potato chips in Devon for over 20 years and with more flavours being introduced each year, including Devon roast beef and Spit roast steak, they continue to receive awards for their Devonshire thick cut crisps.

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Favis of Salcombe, East Allington

This family run business, based in Salcombe, are famous for their Devon crab and lobster, freshly caught each week. As well as providing crab and lobster for local catering businesses, Favis now export worldwide- throughout Europe and as far afield as Hong Kong and China.

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