Lanark’s Border Biscuits wins national food award

Pic Alan Richardson Dundee Pix-Ar.co.ukFree to useScotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards on Thursday 26 May at an awards ceremony at Doubletree by Hilton Dunblane Hydro Hotel, Perthshire. Sponsored by Clydesdale Bank, the 15th Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards recognised the best of Scotland's food and drink industry and a total of 19 categories were awarded. The entries were judged by a panel comprising industry experts, journalists and markettiers.
Pic Alan Richardson Dundee Pix-Ar.co.ukFree to useScotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards on Thursday 26 May at an awards ceremony at Doubletree by Hilton Dunblane Hydro Hotel, Perthshire. Sponsored by Clydesdale Bank, the 15th Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards recognised the best of Scotland's food and drink industry and a total of 19 categories were awarded. The entries were judged by a panel comprising industry experts, journalists and markettiers.

LANARK-based Border Biscuits took the award for Best Bakery and Cereal Based Product at the prestigious Scotland Food and Drink Excellence Awards with its new Gourmet Goodness range.

The team, of South Faulds Road, received the award at a ceremony at the Hilton Dunblane Hydro hosted by BBC 2 food expert, Nigel Barden on Thursday May 26.

Louise Creevy, national account manager for Border Biscuits, said: “The Gourmet Goodness range is just hitting shelves in Scotland now and this is a great endorsement of the work that the team here at Border Biscuits has put in over the past three years to develop the flavours.

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