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Acorn Dairy, Kimbers’ Farm Shop, Good Food Nation, Riverford, Sanclêr and Tossed were all presented with a Good Dairy Award, while Woodlands Jersey Beef received a Good Calf Commendation.
Hosted by cook, food writer and broadcaster Valentine Warner at the Honourable Artillery Company in London, the awards, now in their sixth year, recognise and award food companies that are committed to implementing substantial policy changes that result in positive impacts for farm animals.
Valentine said: “As a cook, I’m passionate about the quality of the ingredients I use and to me that means using high welfare products wherever possible.
“With more than 900 million farm animals reared each year for food in the UK, it’s important for all of us to try to ensure that they have lived as good a quality of life as possible. It’s heartening to see in these economically challenging times so many companies making such a tremendous commitment in this area.”
There were over 50 awards presented across five different categories:
The Good Dairy Awards winners were:
Sainsbury’s was the winner of the Leadership & Innovation in Retail award.
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