Robert Stordy celebrates a second triumphant year at the World Marmalade Awards 2021 with a ‘Best in Class’ for a clear Seville Marmalade as well as three Gold and two Silver Awards. The gold-winning flavours were Florida Marmalade, Caramelised Orange and a Trio of Citrus.
In spite of a difficult year, with lockdowns, new regulations and winter storms, marmalade makers have proven their resilience. This year’s entries were far in excess of the 2020 competition and again entries were received from all corners of the planet.
The world’s premiere preserving awards were founded in 2005 by Jane Hasell-McCosh with the initial idea of preserving, growing and widening one of the most British of customs – making marmalade.
To date, the Dalemain Marmalade Awards & Festival has raised over £250,000 for Hospice at Home. All the proceeds from the amateur entry fees go direct to charity.