Crossogue wins silver

Crossogue Preserves’ Seville Pepper Marmalade has won a silver award at the World’s Original Marmalade Awards which were held at Dalemain Mansion and Gardens in Cumbria, England recently. The Marmalade extravaganza, now in its 8th year, invites only the best Marmalades from all over the world to compete for their highly prized accolades.

Crossogue Preserves’ Seville Pepper Marmalade has won a silver award at the World’s Original Marmalade Awards which were held at Dalemain Mansion and Gardens in Cumbria, England recently.

The Marmalade extravaganza, now in its 8th year, invites only the best Marmalades from all over the world to compete for their highly prized accolades.

Nearly 2,000 Marmalades were presented for judging and the panel comprising of highly distinguished preserve experts and tasters bestowed the silver award to Crossogue Preserves in the “Marmalade for Savoury Food” category. Crossogue Preserves’ Seville Pepper Marmalade, the silver award winner was a resounding success in the section of the competition categorized “To serve with Salmon”!

Commenting on the silver award, Crossogue Preserves’ Managing Director Veronica Molloy says, “We are thrilled that our Seville Pepper Marmalade satisfied the judges’ palates in order to be awarded a silver prize. Winning such an award is very flattering considering the number of marmalades that were entered into the competition from all parts of the world”.