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 or call 020 8267 8315.

For more information about the scheme download this document

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