Border bags top Bakery prize at Scotland Food and Drink Excellence Awards
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Lanark firm Border Biscuits has scooped another illustrious accolade after winning the Bakery prize at the Scotland Food and Drink Excellence Awards for its Dark Chocolate Gingers and Orange.
The event, dubbed the food and drink Oscars of Scotland, was attended by many of the top businesses in the sector and Border is delighted to be among the winners.
Dark Chocolate Gingers and Orange is the newest addition to Border’s Chocolate Gingers portfolio, which includes Scotland’s number one special treat biscuit, the Dark Chocolate Ginger, as well as the Milk Chocolate Ginger.
The award-winning Dark Chocolate Gingers and Orange range is available in ASDA, Tesco and Sainsbury’s stores throughout Scotland.
Lesley Ann Gray, brand and innovation director, said: “We’re delighted to have won this award, which can only be made possible by the hard work of everyone at Border.
“Our skilled team has been passionately baking the best biscuits we possibly can for over 30 years and we always challenge ourselves to create outstanding products that people will love.
“Our iconic Chocolate Gingers range is the choice of countless consumers across the country every year and we’re thrilled that the latest addition to the family, our unique Dark Chocolate Gingers and Orange, has won this award.”