We’ve been shortlisted for the 2019 Crumbs Awards Food Producers!(more…)
We thought it was time to share some news with you all!
At the start of the month, we moved from our home kitchen to a small unit in Kingswood, Bristol (to Claire’s great relief as she won’t be dealing with me blitzing up kilos of chillies).(more…)
Having not entered any products in 2018, we decided to go all out for 2019 and boy, were we rewarded for it! We couldn’t believe it when we received that news that our products had tallied up 12 gold medals. three silver medal and one highly commended.(more…)
What an evening! We were sitting on the edge of our seats as Genevieve Taylor and Andy Clarke were announcing the winners of this year’s Bristol Good Food Awards – Local Producers.
We were up against some stiff competition in both categories (Best Oils, Sauces & Condiments and Best Local Preserves) so it came to a great surprise to us when GingerBeard’s Preserves (initially read out as Ginger Bread’s Preserves, but as soon as Genevieve saw Harry walk up towards the stage, she realised it was in fact GingerBeard’s…) was called up for the Best Local Preserves awards. (more…)
The list is out for the Bristol Good Food Awards 2018 and we’re are absolutely over the moon to be featured in two categories this year: Best Preserves and Best Oils & Sauces.
We’re up against some worthy opponents as always with the food scene in Bristol – cross your fingers and toes for us on Sunday 25 February 2018!
We’re delighted to announce that you can buy and ship our products to Europe! All countries are covered. Simply shop as usual, and when you get to the check out select the country you wish to ship, click on update shipping and continue as usual.
Posting and packaging starts at £13.45 for 1-3 jars or sauces!
We’re delighted to have been shortlisted finalists for the very first Crumbs Magazine Awards in the Food Producer category. Winners to be announced on 1 October!
The awards have been created to celebrate the awesome food scene Crumbs Magazine have here on their patch, and recognise the people and businesses behind it. The winners’ trophies are going to be hotly contested, with businesses large and small from across Bath, Bristol and the surrounding areas all getting in on the action, hoping to be named the best in the local industry.
A Grow Bristol Collab:
Using Tilapia fish that have been sustainably farmed in a shipping container by Bristol Temple Meads train station, this limited release is one to savour. It is a mildly spiced, moreish pickle with chunks of cured fish. Perfect with a curry & poppadoms.
Order yours today!