Some of Ceredigion's food and drink businesses won awards for their work at the Wales Food and Drink Awards.

The ceremony took place in Swansea on Thursday, May 9, recognising some of the finest producers in the region.

All the Ceredigion winners are clients of Ceredigion County Council’s Food Centre Wales, an institution that provides advice, technical services and training to start-ups and existing food companies in the county.

The awards saw more than 300 entries across 17 categories.

Ceredigion enterprises clinched three of them.

The Moody Cow took home the Wales Food and Drink Business Resilience Award.

In the Welsh Wind Distillery was named Drinks Producer of the Year and Monarchs Crisps, working at Food Centre Wales Incubator Unit in Horeb, bagged the Innovation Award.

Highly Commended accolades also went to two businesses: Caws Teifi Cheese in the Food Producer category and In the Welsh Wind for the Upskilling Business category.

Ceredigion’s County Council's cabinet member for economy and regeneration, Councillor Clive Davies lauded the winners.

He said: "This is excellent news for our food producers here in Ceredigion.

"It’s fantastic to see so much quality produce being recognised, all of which have used the Food Centre Wales facilities to develop and fine-tune their product for the consumer market.

"Huge congratulations to everyone!"

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