Stroud Community TV reveals Best Local Business Film award winner, Kitchen Garden Foods

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By Noseybonk | Tuesday, February 12, 2013, 08:27

Stroud Community TV has announced the penultimate winner of its SCTV Awards 2012, revealing that Stroud artisan preserve maker, Kitchen Garden Foods, has scooped the top prize in the Best Local Business Film category.

Established by Barbara Moinet in 1989, Kitchen Garden Foods of Stroud has made top-quality jams, chutneys, marmalades and condiments for almost 24 years.

Still true to its founding principles, Barbara has never felt the need to change production methods or compromise on quality.

This announcement makes it a hat trick for filmmaker Tim Pellatt of Cordial AV, who has also won Best Community Project with Ark House and shared first place in the Best Community Event category withFrocester Beer Festival 2012.

Tim said: "We originally made this video with Gloucestershire Media to be shown at the Taste of Gloucestershire Food and Farming Awards in 2012.

"Our approach is always to understand the ethics and ethos of the company, rather than to blindly promote.

"Kitchen Garden Foods represents an extension to MD Barbara Moinet's own principles, and this comes across in her interview. 

"We were chuffed to bits to be nominated for this award, as business films are rarely recognised, so winning is a great honour."

The other nominations in the Best Local Business Film category were:

Stroud Brewery

Winstones Ice Cream

Painswick Rococo Gardens

Hobbs House Bakery

The winner of the remaining category, Best Local Film, will be revealed later today on the Stroud Community TV website and here on Stroud People, and the final list will be published tomorrow on the SCTV site, as well as here on Stroud People and in Stroud Life.



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