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We're regular prize winners at the town's annual Festival of Food and drink, winning the Supreme Champion loaf as judged by expert bakers.

 In 2013 we won best speciality bread product with our seeded sourdough loaf at the prestigious  BIA awards in London,also 2013 saw us win with our white sourdough at the World Bread awards

 

 

 In 2010 The Times put us as one of the top ten bakeries in the U.K.

We were winners in the 2008 Waitrose Small Food Producers' Awards with our Pear and Perry sourdough loaf.

 

We have won several prizes at the Welsh Bakery competitions, held annually in Cardiff.

 

We feature in Rick Stein's current Food Heroes Directory.

 

In 2005, the Daily Telegraph listed us as one of the 50 Best Food Shops in the country.

 

Dan Lepard, bakery specialist, lists us on his website as one of the best bakeries in the country. Look on The Best List on his site.

 

In 2006 we were one of the three finalists in the bakery section of the Waitrose Small Producers Awards. The judges didn't just look at (and taste) products, they also looked into the businesses behind them.

 

After making his usual early start on the day of the judging, Peter Cook completed the production run for the shop, then hopped on the train to Bracknell, taking a couple of loaves that were warm from the ovens to Waitrose HQ.

At the 2006 Ludlow Marches Festival of Food and Drink Price's won The Experts' Choice in the Whole Wheat Loaf category. The Expert Jiudges were bakery consultant Paul Merry and local chef Dean Banner.

2006 was the first year that the Ludlow Marches Festival of Food and Drink had a Sourdough Loaf category in the Festival Loaf competition. Price's won The Experts' Choice, judged by bakery consultant Paul Merry and local chef Dean Banner.

In 2005 the Ludlow Marches Festival of Food and Drink introduced an overall winner in the Festival Loaf competition: the Champion Loaf. The judges chose the winners in each category, then selected one loaf from those winners as the Champion Loaf. Bakery specialist Dan Lepard was the Expert doing the 2005 judging, and he chose Price's Dark Ale and Walnut loaf as the Champion. (We also won the Champion loaf in 2006 with our Pain au Levain.)

AIn the Festival Loaf competition at the Ludlow Marches Festival of Food and Drink Price's won The Experts' Choice in the Innovative Loaf category with our Dark Ale and Walnut loaf - which is made using Hobsons Old Henry, brewed locally in Cleobury Mortimer. Bakery specialist Dan Lepard was the Expert doing the judging.

In 2004 we entered the Welsh National Baking Exhibition competition, which attracts entries from bakeries across the UK. This time Peter Cook drove down to Cardiff with a selection of loaves warm from that morning's production, and in this, the first year that Prices entered the Welsh Competition, we came home with half-a-dozen certificates in six categories. Our highest placing was second, for our White Farmhouse Loaf.