BOOM Awards – We’re a Finalist!
We’re excited to announce that this year we’ve been listed as a Soil Association BOOM Awards finalist for our organic, grass fed Lamb Shoulder, Boned and Rolled. We’re chuffed to be recognised next to some stiff competition in the awards category “Best of Organic Meat & Poultry” …
What are the BOOM Awards?
The Best of Organic Market Awards, nicknamed the BOOM Awards, were created by the Soil Association to acknowledge and celebrate everything organic. The Soil Association is the UK’s largest organic certification body who work to help the wider community understand and explore the relationship between the health of soil, plants, animals and people. The BOOM Awards are the UK’s only award ceremony to celebrate the country’s organic food and farming industries and the producers behind it.
The Soil Association have been blown away with the range and quality of the organic produce put forward as nominations, taking a full month to judge over 500 entries. The panel have managed to whittle it down to a few finalists in each category, with the winners announced in their virtual ceremony on 8th July 2021.
Winner, Winner Lamb Dinner
Whilst our organic Lamb Shoulder may not officially be a winner yet, you can always count on it to deliver a winning dinner. The shoulder presents a beautifully marbled cut, trimmed with the utmost care by our traditionally trained and skilled butchers. For an exceptionally good roast lamb, cover the shoulder in garlic, rosemary and olive oil before roasting.
All of our organic lamb is 100% grass fed for life from small, local farms who work solely with Eversfield Organic. The lambs spend their lives roaming the fields of Dartmoor, grazing freely on the organic pasture. This clover rich diet gives our grass fed lamb a healthy covering of fat and a lovely marbling throughout for a delicious, meaty flavour. Our organic lamb make a gorgeous, meltingly-soft roast and outstanding centrepiece but also a tender and quick cooking lamb steak, succulent lamb chops and a versatile, lean lamb mince.