Sussex Food and Drink Awards: Look back at the last 10 winners

Organisers of the Sussex Food and Drink Awards have announced that the winners of its postponed 2020 awards will now be revealed on April 28.

Monday, 19th April 2021, 9:23 am
Updated Monday, 26th April 2021, 1:07 pm
Isabella Raccagna, who was named young chef of 2019 - the first woman to win the category in the history of the awards. Photograph: Southern News & Pictures

Here, take a look back at the 10 winners of the 2019 celebration, from best butcher and farmers’ market to top drink producer and food shop of that year. The awards took place at the Amex Stadium, in Falmer, with patron of the awards Olympic gold medallist Sally Gunnell OBE and BBC’s Danny Pike as hosts. To read more about the postponed 2020 awards, see here

Food producer: Real Patisserie, Brighton
Drink producer: Brighton Gin, founded by Kathy Caton
Young chef: Isabella Raccagna, of Goodwood's Farmer, Butcher, Chef, Chichester. Raccagna is the first woman to win the category
Butcher: Cottenham's of Lindfield, Lindfield
Farmers' market: Shoreham Farmers' Market
Eating experience: The Parsons Table, Arundel
Street food: Mann and Moore, Horsham
Food shop: Cowdray Farm Shop, Midhurst
Newcomer: Lorama Foods, in Bosham
Young farmer: Kate Lywood, of Marshalls Farm, Kirdford, West Sussex. Her husband Jeremy Way was at the awards to accept the trophy