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Scottish Pork Salami shortlisted for another award

Great Glen Charcuterie Shortlisted in Prestigious Food & Drink Awards

Great Glen Charcuterie, of Roy Bridge, is celebrating after being named a finalist in the New Product Category for the Highlands & Islands Food & Drink Awards.

The company known for their Wild Venison Charcuterie has recently developed a pure Scottish  pork salami which has now been shortlisted.  The Scottish Pork Salami has become a bit of a winner after picking up a Gold Star at the Great Taste Awards last month too. 

Only 44 businesses made the prestigious awards shortlist that spanned 14 diverse categories, which ranged from Restaurant of the Year to Young Ambassador of the Year. 

Delivered in support from Highlands & Islands Enterprise, the Awards celebrate quality, innovation and growth in one of Scotland’s most prosperous industries. Running for 13 years now, they showcase the diversity and excellence of the regions food and drink industry, contributing to the reputation of Highlands & Islands as a world food destination. 

Anja Baak of Great Glen Charcuterie, said:

“We are absolutely delighted to have been shortlisted for this award. We use Scottish Pork from Petley Farm just North of Inverness for this salami so it is a real Highland product. We hope this new salami will be a great alternative for any continental salamis chefs are using at the moment. The product is aimed at the foodservice industry and has found is way on many menus all over the UK already. ”

Winners will be revealed at the awards ceremony hosted by celebrated STV Presenter, Jennifer Reoch. The ceremony includes a fantastic Scottish dinner, and takes place in the Kingsmills Hotel, Inverness on Friday 5 October 2018. Tickets for the awards dinner are now on sale > www.hifoodanddrinkawards.com