Several North Carolina companies took home Good Food Awards, which were announced late Friday evening in San Francisco.
The Good Food Awards, now in its sixth year, are awarded to food and drink products that are “tasty, authentic and responsibly produced.” Business owners can enter their products in the contest’s 14 categories. Almost 200 winners were chosen from 2,095 entrants in this year’s contest.
The N.C. winners in their respective categories are:
Charcuterie: Chapel Hill’s Lady Edison Ham won for its Extra Fancy Country Ham.
Cheese: Boxcarr Handmade Cheese in Cedar Grove won for its Cottonseed cheese.
Preserves: Farmer’s Daughter Brand Pickles & Preserves won for its Strawberry Preserves.
To see the full list of winners, go to: goodfoodawards.org/2017-winners.