Great Taste is the world’s largest and most trusted food and drink awards.
Putting your food or drink to the test with our panel of over 500 experts is a quick way to get honest, straightforward and impartial feedback from chefs, buyers, food writers and retailers. Whether your product receives a 1-, 2- or 3-star accolade, Great Taste stars are highly respected seals of approval.
It’s all about the STARS…
Supreme Champion and Golden Forks 2017
A traditional Irish black pudding with an inspired twist has beaten a luxury line-up spanning sorbetto, cider, smoked trout and more to secure this year’s Great Taste Supreme Champion title.
Maguire collected the Supreme Champion trophy on Monday night (September 4) at the 2017 Golden Forks dinner at the InterContinental London Park Lane hotel – a new venue for the ceremony, which has outgrown its home at the Royal Garden Hotel.
You can search for all Great Taste winners from the last four years here
A one, two or three-star accreditation means your food will stand out on the overcrowded retail shelves. Coupled with the extensive consumer and trade promotion by the Guild of Fine Food it will lead to increased sales and brand awareness.
Quite simply Great Taste encourages greater confidence and commercial success in small businesses locally, regionally, nationally and internationally whilst helping to improve the food and drink of those who don’t quite make the grade.
How Great Taste works
Over 500 judges working in small teams judged 12,366 food and drink products this year at 62 judging days, from March through to early July. They awarded one-, two or three-stars to the foods that deserved it and one of the judges on each team captured constructive feedback for the producers who didn’t quite make the grade.
Each year we take our judging roadshow somewhere different. This year saw us pack up from HQ and take the Great Taste team to Llandrillo College, north Wales. But more than that in April we opened our new judging, training and event space close Borough Market, London and we conducted three weeks of judging there in 2017. This is a permanent home in London for all Guild of Fine Food activities and will be available to hire for other food and drink businesses. As ever we judged at specialist test centres for tea, filter coffee and espresso with the remainder of the judging days at Guild HQ in Dorset.
Whilst we were busy judging this year we asked our experts to reveal their kitchen hack secrets…
How to enter
Results and feedback are now released. Producers should login above via MyGuild for their own information but you can search and filter for all results here.
The following Great Taste 2017 entry documents are provided for reference only
Keen to enter in 2018? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your full company details and we will add you to our database.
Ordering Labels & Logos
If you have achieved awards for your products in the last three years you can still order labels or the electronic award artwork to display on your product’s packaging. Please complete and return the relevant form: