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Birmingham NEC
13 - 16 June 2019

Producers Bursary Awards

Fancy your chances of winning a free stand at the BBC Good Food Show? If you are a small, artisan producer and meet the criteria below, apply today! 

Once again, we are supporting the British artisan food industry by hosting the Producers Bursary Awards. Now in its 10th year, the campaign offers small, outstanding British producers the opportunity to exhibit for free at one of the BBC Good Food Shows.

Free stand packages worth up to £2,500 each are available at the BBC Good Food Shows in Glasgow and Birmingham (Winter 2018 and Summer 2019).

The application process begins with an online application form, careful shortlisting and then a tasting session at the BBC Good Food Magazine Test Kitchen with a panel of expert judges to decide on the winners of the awards.

Decisions are based on a number of elements of your business including quality, taste, packaging, stage of business and how we think exhibiting at the Show will impact on your business.

We work with our trusted partner Fabulous Food Finds to manage the awards for us, so please apply using the form on their website here.

The winners of the Producers Bursary Awards for the BBC Good Food Show 2019 are:

  • Two Farmers
  • Might Fine Things
  • Little Sqaure Cake Company
  • Norty Puds

Any questions regarding the scheme or application process should go to Katy Truss of Fabulous Food Finds via email:

If you know of a small artisan producer you think deserves to be recognised, pass on their details or tell them about the Producers Bursary Awards.

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