BBC Good Food Shows – Bursary Award Scheme for small producers

by Hot Juan on August 8, 2012 · 0 comments

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The BBC Good Food Show organisers are running a Bursary Award Scheme for small producers. The scheme aims to promote small producers and winners will be given a free of charge stand in the ‘Producers’ Village’ at the Show closest to them – Scotland, London or Birmingham, this autumn.

BBC Good Food Show Bursary 2012

The bursary award scheme is for young, small, outstanding companies that meet the criteria below:

  1. Company must produce an outstanding food or drink item/range with a regional or artisan focus.
  2. Company turnover must be no higher than £250,000
  3. Company must be less than 3 years old and be based and produce in Britain.
  4. Producer must make a considerable effort to adhere to ethical and sustainable production methods.
  5. Company must not have exhibited at one of the BBC Good Food Shows before.

There are a lot of new Chilli Business in the UK that this could apply to and the awards are now open for application. For more details please contact katy.truss@haymarket.com or call 020 8267 8315.

For more information about the scheme download this document

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