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Best Food Product of the Year winner at the Somerset Life Food and Drink awards 2015

PUBLISHED: 09:00 24 October 2015 | UPDATED: 17:37 08 December 2015

Best Food Product of the Year Leigh and Randa Hucker from Hullabaloos with sponsor Jon Thorner from Jon Thorner's

Best Food Product of the Year Leigh and Randa Hucker from Hullabaloos with sponsor Jon Thorner from Jon Thorner's

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This award celebrates both the dedication and passion that goes into producing the mouth watering products nominated this evening, and the innovative food producers behind them.

Somerset Life Food and Drink awards 2015Somerset Life Food and Drink awards 2015

Sponsored by Jon Thorner’s

Winner: Hullabaloos

Judges said: Hullabaloos, by Leigh and Randa Hucker, is a company putting a twist on tradition from their many flavours of homemade scones to their twisted cheesecake brownies. Judges described Hullabaloos homemade salted caramel brownie as ‘melt-in-the-mouth deliciousness, all wrapped up in a perfect sweet-with-undertones-of-sour combination’.

Highly commended: Moonbeams Farm

Moonbeams farm produce fine quality rare breed meat from their herd of pedigree Gloucester Old Spot pigs at their farm in Wellington at the foot of the Blackdown Hills. They have won the award for Best Food Product two years running for beautiful bangers which judges described as ‘succulent and bursting with flavours and freshness’

Highly commended: Godminster

Godminster are a certified organic cheese maker in Bruton, who are flying the flag for Somerset produce nationwide with their famous vintage and mature cheddars stocked in food shops across the country. Judges said it was ‘tangy, tasty, textured, terrific…all you look for from a classic cheddar.’


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