Veggie Awards

🙌🏻   YAY!!  🙌🏻 
We are delighted to have been informed this week that our Spicy Jack Pie has been shortlisted in the Veggie Awards 2021.😁
The panel on this year’s Veggie Awards includes some of the UK’s best-loved vegetarian and vegan celebrities and influencers. Which includes:-
Aine Carlin, who has forged a unique niche for herself in the world of plant-based cooking with her refreshingly fun and easy approach to veganism. A regular on Irish television, Aine has also appeared on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, and has contributed recipes to Sainsbury’s Magazine, Stella and more.
Amy Stuckey, a vegan blogger who founded All Things Vegan UK, providing vegans, vegetarians and flexitarians with inspiration on vegan meals and recipes, as well as honest views of new plant-based food.
Martyn Odell, aka ‘The Lagom Chef’, is a no-nonsense chef with a passion for healthy eating and saving the planet. He recently launched his healthy and sustainable meal plans, which he calls a blueprint for a better future.
Follow the link to read more..Veggie Awards 2021
We delivered our entries to the awards back in have been on the edge of our seats since! 

This week we baked more Spicy Jack Pies for the second round of judging, packed them up securely and off they’ve gone to London. 
We’re up against very stiff competition in this category..alongside big brand names such as Higgidy and COOK. It will be interesting to see how we fare 😬
Made with the exceptionally versatile Jack Fruit, the Spicy Jack Pie has seen real success since we introduced it to our range in 2019.

Taste of the West  Gold 2020 & 2019. 
Plus runner up in these awards for Champion Vegan product (pipped at the post by ice cream)

The British Pie Awards Gold 2020 & Bronze 2019

Read a little more about The Spicy Jack Pie in our Chunk Chat - Jackfruit tumbled with veg, coconut milk and a blend of curry spices, for that little kick. Wrapped in our wholewheat pastry and a turmeric seasoned top. (super good for you!) Fancy trying them....? Follow the links below