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  • March 12, 2018
    Winners! The British Pie Awards
    Winners! The British Pie Awards

    So we won! Our Panang Chicken Pasty is now The British Pie Awards Pasty CHAMPION!! The competition was fierce - but we're proud and honoured to have taken the most coveted place of all - 'Champion' in the Pasty Category!
    This brand new champion will be in store from April (maybe a little sooner), for everyone to try - but for now THREE CHEERS for our Panang Chicken Pasty! 
    Many congratulations to Heidi - our Head of Product pictured here with the trophy! 
    What it means to us
    It is the perfect accolade as we celebrate our 20th Anniversary - and an amazing mark of recognition for the innovation and close attention we pay to ingredients, flavours and quality. 
    We're particularly delighted with this award as it is a real stamp of approval from the industry experts who have shown appreciation for everything we work hard to preserve. Heritage and traditional methods - especially our hand crimped crusts through to our Cornish provenance thanks to our West Cornwall kitchen and bakery.  
    And there's More!
    We also scooped SILVER for both our new Quorn Pasty AND SILVER for our Peppered Steak Pasty. 
    Top Facts about the Panang Chicken Pasty
    Happy days - this is classed as a 'Large' Pasty size
    It's super tasty and packed with chicken, peppers, onions, garlic, chilli, lemongrass, lime and a hint of coconut
    It has a kick! But don't worry its not too feisty!
    The British Pie Awards 
    “The British Pie Awards is a celebration of the British Pie, recognising the craft and skills of those that produce them whilst promoting British produce and our regional specialities”
    Their aim is to:
    To celebrate the heritage of the British Pie
    To protect and promote regional specialities
    To recognise the craft of bakers, butchers and other producers
    To support British produce
    Read more HERE