Of all the UK’s food award schemes, the Great Taste Awards is the most important. Completely independent and uncompromisingly rigorous, it is trusted by retailers, buyers and consumers. GREAT TASTE is to speciality food and drink what MICHELIN is to fine dining.
For 2010, over 6,000 products were judged over an intense two-month period. The Awards’ organiser, the Guild of Fine Food constantly refines the judging mechanics and this year was no exception. Before gold is awarded, a minimum of eight experts, often 16 taste, discuss and agree. Over 350 experts including key buyers, retailers, chefs and food writers blind tasted entries to ensure they are fairly and independently assessed.
The successful and much enjoyed Loseley Summer Meadow Butter is a naturally softer butter, churned using summer milk from specially selected herds, giving a great tasting pure butter which is easier to spread. As a result, Loseley does not have to add vegetable oil to the butter and so consumers can enjoy a pure, quality product with no added ingredients, apart from a touch of salt to enhance the butter’s already delicious flavour.
Loseley Naturally Softer Butter is available in a 250g tub. It costs £1.29 and is available from Morrisons, Waitrose, Ocado and now Iceland.
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