The meat industry scooped five awards in The Telegraph's Tastes of Britain 2007 contest.
Laverstoke Park, the farm run by former Grand Prix driver Jody Scheckter, in Overton, Hampshire, took the gold award in the Best UK Food Category for its Organic Hebridean Leg of Lamb. Rhug Estates in North Wales, run by Lord Newborough, took silver in the Best Regional Food Category for its Welsh Carvery Leg of Lamb. Higher Fingle Farm, in Exeter, took the gold in the Best Organic Food category with its Organic Dry Plucked and Hung Duck and Churchtown Farm Organic Produce, in Co Down, Northern Ireland, was awarded bronze for its Organic Rib Eye Steak.
Yorkshire Game won the
gold award in the Best
Seasonal Food category for
its Young Grouse
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