Highland Game wins food awards

Highland Game has won two accolades at the Quality Food Awards held last week.

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.

Highland Game was also awarded the Q Gold Award, meaning that it was the overall best out of all 28 categories.

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.

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