artisan marmalade judging

(left to right) Artisan marmalade judges Pam Corbin, Ivan Day, and Shirley Spear

The World’s Original Marmalade Awards
Artisan & Small Producer Category

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Proudly supported by Fortnum & Mason

The 2019 Artisan Marmalade Awards are now open! Please click here to download the Artisan Entry Form.

The Artisan Marmalade Awards are open to any small producer who makes their marmalade using the tradition open-pan method, and sells their marmalade commercially. Winning an Artisan Award denotes a marmalade of incredibly high quality and past winners have seen huge increases in their sales. All Artisan entries are judged by an expert panel and selected winners will be sold at Fortnum & Mason in their famous Piccadilly Store. We are looking for all types of marmalade, including Low Sugar and Organic, so if you think you’re selling the best preserve in the world, make sure you send us a jar! To download the Artisan Entry Form, which has a full list of categories and information on how to enter, CLICK HERE.

The 2019 Artisan Awards categories are:

  1. Seville Orange Marmalade (Fine, Medium or Thick Cut)
  2. Any Citrus Marmalade (Lemon, Lime, Blood Orange, Grapefruit, all other citrus)
  3. Reduced Sugar Marmalade
  4. Marmalade with Interesting Additions
  5. Marmalade with Alcohol
  6. Marmalade for Savoury Food
  7. Marmalade with Chocolate
  8. Organic Marmalade

The 14th running of the World’s Original Marmalade Awards & Festival will take place on 16th – 17th March 2019 at Dalemain. We are currently working to create a bigger and better Marmalade Awards and Festival in 2019, and we have some new and exciting ideas lined up. In the meantime, if you would like to hear more from the Marmalade Awards, you can subscribe to our mailing list by following this link here and completing the form. We will not use your information to spam you or pass it on to a third party.

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