Welcome to the announcement for the Best New Side of Plate/Ingredient Foodservice Product in the 2020 – 2021 British Frozen Food Awards sponsored by Freiberger.
The First Shortlisted Company
Congratulations to the Burrata from the Futura range from Brakes. Our judging panels thought; creamy texture , good colour and really great flavour, stunning product and really tasty.
Brakes commented; “We always look forward to the BFFF Frozen Food Awards and we’re delighted to see Brakes products across such a wide array of categories shortlisted. We’re passionate about food and this is a fantastic endorsement of the innovation and quality of our frozen range. This is even more meaningful at a time when many of our customers are taking a fresh look at frozen, as a solution for the market unpredictability that has resulted from the Coronavirus pandemic. ”
The Second Shortlisted Company
Congratulations to the Medium Coated Skin On Fries from Brakes. Our judging panels thought the product; was excellently seasoned, crispy on the plate and a good crunch.
The Third Shortlisted Company
Congratulations to the Pecorino Pumpkin & Squash from KK Fine Foods. Our judging panels thought; the skin on the product is not nice to eat, the flavour of the dish is superb and the creaminess well balanced with good colour.
KK Fine Foods commented; ““We are absolutely thrilled to have had our efforts noticed by the BFFF and to be shortlisted for a number of awards. This recognition is a reflection of our commitment as a business to continually deliver high quality, innovative and most importantly, great tasting products to our valued customers.”
The Fourth Shortlisted Company
Congratulations to the The Dukes of Chippingdom from Lamb Weston. Our judging panels thought; excellent chip great flavour, looks great with a good back story and lots of fun.
Congratulations to all our shortlisted companies and commiseration to the rest of the category product entries. The BFFF look forward to announcing more category shortlists, they will be released once a week until start of April 2021.