The company beat off Sainsbury’s Mucscavado Glazed Gammon Joint, Sainsbury’s Taste the Difference Gressingham Whole Duck, Sainsbury’s West Country Veal Bone in Chop, Marks & Spencer Special Reserve Aberdeen Angus Fillet Steak and Jamie Oliver’s My Lightly Smoked Essex-Cure Bacon in the Fresh Meat, Game and Poultry section.
Christian Nissen, Highland Game owner and MD said: “This is a huge achievement for our company and I am extremely pleased that we have won. Our venison is exclusively selected for the domestic market from approved Scottish Highland estates that meet our stringent demands. I am delighted that our efforts have once again been recognised and I must thank our suppliers and our team who all provide and preserve our five-star standards.”
The Quality Food Awards, in association with Woman’s Weekly, were held on 10 November at Park Plaza Westminster Bridge hotel, London.