The UK food industry’s most celebrated figures and brands flocked to The Royal Institute of British Architects in London on July 6 to find out the winners of The Good Housekeeping Food Awards 2016, as selected by readers of ‘Good Housekeeping’ ...

All the winners from The Good Housekeeping Food Awards 2016

The UK food industry’s most celebrated figures and brands flocked to The Royal Institute of British Architects in London on July 6 to find out the winners of The Good Housekeeping Food Awards 2016, as selected by readers of ‘Good Housekeeping’ magazine.

Ex-‘Saturday Kitchen’ host James Martin scooped the award of Favourite Celebrity Chef, while Mary Berry’s book ‘Foolproof Cooking’ won the prestigious ‘Good Housekeeping’ Editor’s Choice award.

Lindsay Nicholson, editorial director of ‘Good Housekeeping’, said: ‘The Good Housekeeping Food Awards are a fascinating snapshot of consumer tastes and preferences. We are seeing a distinct trend towards quality and flavour combined with a drive for value, with Lidl being named Supermarket of the Year for the first time.’

Here is the full list of winners:

 

Favourite Celebrity Chef

Winner: James Martin

Runners up: Jamie Oliver; Mary Berry

 

‘Good Housekeeping’ Editor’s Choice

Winner: Mary Berry, ‘Foolproof Cooking’

Runner up: Jamie Oliver, ‘Everyday Superfood’

 

Favourite Cookery Show

Winner: ‘Saturday Kitchen’

Runners up: ‘The Great British Bake Off’; ‘MasterChef: The Professionals’

 

Best Supermarket

Winner: Lidl

Runners up: Aldi; Waitrose

 

Favourite Online Grocery Store

Winner: Tesco

Runners up: Sainsbury’s; Ocado

 

Best Supermarket Wine Range

(voted by Richard Ehrlich, food & drink expert & writer)

Winner: Marks & Spencer

Runners up: Morrisons; Waitrose

 

Best Restaurant

Winner: Pizza Express

Runners up: Wetherspoon; Prezzo

 

Champion Chocolate Producer

(voted by the Good Housekeeping Cookery Team)

 Winner: Chocolarder

 Runner up: Pump Street Bakery Chocolate

 

Champion Meat Producer

(voted by the Good Housekeeping Cookery Team)

Winner: Cabrito Goat Meat

Runner up: Woodalls charcuterie

 

Champion Cheese Producer

(voted by the Good Housekeeping Cookery Team)

Winner: Baron Bigod (Fen Farm Dairy)

Runner-up: Berwick Edge (Doddington Dairy)

 

‘Good Housekeeping’ Food Hero

Winner: The Tomato Stall, Isle of Wight Tomatoes

 

Favourite Hot Drink

Winner: Yorkshire Tea

Runners up: PG Tips; Cadbury Hot Chocolate

 

Favourite High Street Coffee Shop

Winner: Costa

Runners up: Caffè Nero; M&S Café

 

Favourite Non-Alcoholic Drink

Winner: Robinsons

Runners up: Bottlegreen; J2O

 

Store Cupboard Essential

Winner: Kikkoman Soy Sauce

Runners up: Bart dried herbs and Spices; OXO Stock Cubes

 

Ultimate Midweek Cheat

Winner: Amoy Straight to Wok noodles

Runners up: Patak’s Curry Pastes; Dolmio Sauces

 

Favourite Breakfast Cereal

Winner: Scott’s Porage Oats

Runners up: Alpen; Kellogg’s

 

Your Best Bread Brand

Winner: Warburtons

Runners up: Hovis; Kingsmill

 

Favourite Fridge/Freezer Brand

Winner: Aunt Bessie’s

Runners up: Birds Eye; McCain

 

Best Free-From Range

Winner: Alpro

Runners up: Eat Natural; Doves Farm

 

Favourite Vegetarian Range

Winner: Quorn

Runners up: Marks & Spencer; Linda McCartney

 

Favourite Organic Brand

Winner: Yeo Valley

Runners up: Green & Black’s; Amisa

 

Best Ethical Brand

Winner: Fairtrade Foundation

Runners up: The Happy Egg Company; Ben & Jerry’s

 

Favourite Food Blog

Winner: recipesfromanormalmum.com

Runners up:  deliciouslyella.com; tinnedtomatoes.com

 

Among the guests were Italian chef, restaurateur and food expert Antonio Carluccio, along with winners Mary Berry and James Martin

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