What a fantastic week it has been for customers of Etiquette Labels. We are delighted that Belton Farm, Joseph Heler, Deerness Distillery and Llaethdy Llyn have all won awards at various food and drink shows across the country.
North Wales’s very own Llaethdy Llyn which was founded by Siôn Jones and his wife Nia when they decided to take back control of their supply chain and began milking, processing, bottling and delivering their milk to the local area around the Llyn Peninsula. This year the family run business has yet again been recognised for its outstanding produce winning gold for both their single and double cream whilst also receiving a bronze award for their milk at this year’s Royal Welsh Show.
Whilst Llaethdy Llyn was receiving awards Deerness Distillery were attending the International Wine and Spirit Competition where they were a Bronze prize for the fantastic hand distilled Sea Glass Gin. What started out as a hobby for another husband and wife team Stuart and Adelle, quickly became a fully-fledged business thanks to the fantastic taste and high quality standards set by Stuart and Adelle.
Meanwhile both Belton Farm and Joseph Heler were in attendance at the International Cheese Awards which are based in Nantwich every year. Belton Farm won a staggering 18 Gold awards, 11 silver and 14 Bronze for their various artisan cheeses in addition to being awarded the esteemed UK Supreme Champion for their White Cheshire Cheese. Additionally Belton’s signature Red Fox was awarded the System Integration best label award which are manufactured by Etiquette!
Joseph Heler won an equally impressive 8 Gold awards 8 Silver and 3 Bronze for their handcrafted Cheeses and butter.
Everyone at Etiquette would like to congratulate the hardworking people that make these awards all possible at Llaethdy Llyn, Deerness Distillery, Belton Farm and Joseph Heler.