Pride of Es­sex Award

Essex Life - - ESSEX LIFE FOOD & DRINK AWARDS 2018 -

New Hall Vine­yards, Purleigh

New Hall Vine­yards was es­tab­lished in 1969 by the Green­wood fam­ily in Purleigh, near Chelms­ford, and is now one of the largest com­mer­cial vine­yards in the UK with over 100 acres of vines. New Hall con­tin­ues to be a fam­ily-run busi­ness in it’s third gen­er­a­tion, sup­ported by a long-serv­ing team of staff with com­bined viti­cul­tural ex­pe­ri­ence of more than 100 years.

The Saf­fron Ice Cream Com­pany, Saf­fron Walden

The team at the Saf­fron Ice Cream Com­pany are pas­sion­ate ar­ti­san ice cream mak­ers pro­duc­ing prod­ucts by hand ev­ery­day on a fam­ily farm in

Saf­fron Walden. We pro­duce in small batches us­ing good old fash­ioned pro­duc­tion tech­niques to cre­ate hon­est prod­ucts of su­pe­rior qual­ity and con­sis­tency. Our tra­di­tional Es­sex dairy ice cream em­braces and pro­motes the her­itage of a Great Bri­tish icon!

Lil­lyPuds, Chelms­ford

Fol­low­ing years of mak­ing Christ­mas pud­dings for friends, in 2015, Ali­son Lilly de­cided to launch the Lil­lyPuds brand from her Chelms­ford home. The pud­dings are scrump­tiously light with re­duced added sugar, a high fruit con­tent and no mixed peel or dairy in­gre­di­ents. Our award­win­ning pud­dings are styled for gift­ing and din­ing and are avail­able for food­ser­vice and re­tail.

Food by John Law­son, Leigh on Sea

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