The proof is in the award-winning pudding

By Rod Addy

- Last updated on GMT

Related tags: British frozen food, Frozen food federation, Tesco, Pudding

HJ Heinz scooped the British Frozen Food Federation’s (BFFF’s) retail product of the year award for its Marks & Spencer Chocolate...

HJ Heinz scooped the British Frozen Food Federation’s (BFFF’s) retail product of the year award for its Marks & Spencer Chocolate Marquise.

The pudding also won best new dessert/confectionery product at the BFFF’s annual awards dinner in London. Iceland Foods won best new poultry product for its ‘Chinese Takeaway’ duck in plum sauce and Tesco Stores won best new fish-based product for its Tesco Finest 4 Breaded Chunky Cod Fillets.

Brakes won three top awards for best new starter/buffet/appetiser product, best new accompaniment/potato/vegetable product and best new bakery/pastries product.

Cheviot Foods came top in the best new vegetable-based product category for its Sea Salt & Cracked Black Pepper Potato Wedges from Morrison’s The Best range. Asda snatched a share of the limelight for its Asda Extra Special 8 Premium Cumberland Sausages.

Aunt Bessie’s nailed the award for best new pizza, savouries and savoury bread product for its Best Yorkshire Puddings and R&R Ice Cream UK won gold for its Nestlé After Eight Ice Cream Dessert.

Best new main course/meal centre product was won by The Authentic Food Company’s Aromatic Thai King Prawn Curry. Laila’s Fine Foods beat the competition to win best new meat-free/vegetarian product for its Tortellini with Blue Stilton & Wild Rocket Pesto.

Finally, D Sidoli & Sons (Shrewsbury) won gold for its Black Cherry, Chocolate & Amaretto Trifle in the best new dessert/ice cream/confectionery product category.

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