Posted: 15/07/2022

Join us at the first Great Taste Golden Forks preview tasting this September

For the first time ever, the Guild of Fine Food is opening the doors of its Great Taste Golden Forks tasting to those outside the food and drink industry, welcoming 200 food lovers to Southwark Cathedral for a special preview tasting. 

Visitors to this exclusive event will sample some of the most delicious food and drink entered into Great Taste this year, and with each tasting table being hosted by the producers themselves, it provides a unique opportunity to meet the people behind the products.

Ticket holders will have the chance to spend two hours tasting their way around 25 of Great Taste Golden Fork nominees and 3-star winners – some of the very best of the 14,000 products that took part in Great Taste this year – ahead of the evening awards ceremony where the Golden Fork winners and Supreme Champion will be announced.

The event is taking place at the magnificent Southwark Cathedral, located just behind Borough Market in London, on Monday 5th September from 2:30 to 5pm.

Tickets cost just £25 and with only 200 available, you don’t want to miss out.

Please note: General sale is open from 9am on Monday 8 August 2022. Unfortunately persons under the age of 18 are not permitted at this event.

What is Great Taste?

Recognised as a stamp of excellence and actively sought out by food lovers and retailers alike, Great Taste, organised by the Guild of Fine Food, values taste above all else. All products in the line-up for judging are blind-tasted: every product is removed from its packaging so it cannot be identified and is judged purely on taste alone.

This year’s rigorous judging process was conducted by over 500 experts from across the food industry. The judging panel – representing critics, chefs, recipe creators, buyers, retailers, journalists, broadcasters and experts in the field – blind tasted more than 14,000 products from 110 different countries over 90 days. 

Discover all of the award winners at:

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