Four exhibitors at last week's Autumn Fair in Birmingham celebrated wins in the annual Cookshop & Housewares Association awards.

CHA’s Autumn Fair winners named

Four exhibitors at last week’s Autumn Fair in Birmingham celebrated wins in the annual Cookshop & Housewares Association awards.

CHA's Autumn Fair winners named

The prestigious Best Product at the Show accolade was picked up by Stelton for its new Rig-Tig range of kitchenware. Covering bakeware and baking accessories, tools and gadgets, storageware and general kitchen accessories, the collection is distributed in the UK by White Brand Agency.

Best New Product was won by Mastrad for its Top Chips product, which makes crisps in the microwave without using any fat. The picture shows Mastrad’s Andrew Geddes receiving the award from BIRA marketing director Sarah Golden, left, and CHA chair Lyn Wiltshire.

Most Innovative Product was Keep Cup’s reusable coffee cup of the same name, while the Best Packaging award went to Eddingtons for its Vigar brush packaging.

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