Ceredigion food and drink producers at the top at the Welsh Food and Drink Awards 2024

Several food and drink producers in Ceredigion have come out on top at the Wales Food and Drink Awards 2024 that was held in Swansea on Thursday 09 May.


All of the winners from Ceredigion are clients of Ceredigion County Council’s Food Centre Wales. Food Centre Wales offers advice, technical services and training to start-ups, SMEs and existing food producers in the County.


Over 300 entries were received for 17 categories, with three awards brought back to Ceredigion:

Wales Food and Drink Business Resilience Award – The Moody Cow
Wales Food and Drink, Drinks Producer of the Year – In the Welsh Wind Distillery
Wales Food and Drink Innovation Award – Monarchs Crisps (Award supported by Food Innovation Wales, Award presented by Food Centre Wales Centre Manager Angela Sawyer. Monarchs Crisps’ processing facilities are located at Food Centre Wales Incubator Unit in Horeb)

Two Ceredigion businesses were Highly Commended:

Wales Food and Drink Food Producer – Caws Teifi Cheese
Wales Food and Drink Upskilling Business -In the Welsh Wind

Full results can be found on the Wales Food and Drinks Awards website: 2024 Awards | Food and Drink Awards


Councillor Clive Davies is Ceredigion’s Cabinet Member for Economy and Regeneration. He said: “This is excellent news for our food producers here in Ceredigion. It’s fantastic to see so much quality produce being recognised, all of which have used the Food Centre Wales facilities to develop and fine-tune their product for the consumer market. Huge congratulations to everyone!”


For more information about Food Centre Wales, visit: https://foodcentrewales.org.uk/ or take a look at their social media pages by searching for Food Centre Wales on Facebook, Instagram and X (previously Twitter).

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