Three Country Range products have won awards at the Cash and Carry Management Chefs’ Own-Brand Awards 2022 which were announced at an exclusive awards lunch on 10th January 2022 at The Royal Horseguards Hotel in London. The Country Range Tartare Sauce was the winner of the Sauces & Condiments category, one of the new seasonal desserts for Christmas 2022, the Country Range Chocolate Praline & Profiterole Dessert, won the Seasonal Products category, with the popular Country Range 70% Dark Chocolate Drops picking up the prize for the Baking category.
70% Dark Chocolate Drops – Winner of the Baking Category
A previous winner of the 2019 Chef’s Choice Awards Chocolate Category and the 2022 CCM Chef’s Own Brand Award, The Country Range easy-melt Belgian extra dark chocolate drops are an essential addition to any caterers store.
Chocolate Praline & Profiterole Dessert – Christmas 2022 Seasonal Desserts Winner
A dark Belgian chocolate truffle, praline and white chocolate mousse centred with cream filled profiteroles, encased in chocolate sponge.
Tartare Sauce – Winner of the Sauces & Condiments Category
A staple for every kitchen the Country Range Tartare Sauce is perfect served with fish and is both gluten free and suitable for vegetarians.
About the Cash and Carry Management Chefs’ Own-Brand Awards
The awards recognise the best foodservice own-brands, and the judging is conducted in blind tastings by highly experienced chefs: Andrew Green, chief executive of Craft Guild of Chefs; Matt Owens, chairman of the Craft Guild of Chefs and development chef of Alliance Group; and Jason Gordon, catering manager for the General Medical Council.
Country Range Group Head of Trading, Dean Pendlebury, who attended the awards ceremony, said, “We are absolutely delighted that more Country Range Brand products have won awards. It is testament to the high quality of our own brand product development and the team behind it. We are committed to constantly improving the Country Range offering, to deliver the great value and quality that the foodservice industry expects, and to be recognised by such a prestigious panel of judges in a blind tasting gives caterers even more confidence in our range.”