Croots Farm Shop has scooped a clutch of new accolades after winning four awards at Bakewell Show.

The Derbyshire farm shop based near Duffield won a gold award for its home-made haslet and a silver award for its pork, apple and Stilton sausage.

The shop also scooped two bronze awards for its corned beef and its BBQ chicken sausage.

The accolades came just a few days after Croots won one star gold awards for its pork, apple and Stilton sausage, its Shire ale, and its Croots crunchy fruit muesli in the Great Taste Awards 2013, which are one of the highest regarded prizes of the fine food industry.

“All the staff were delighted to hear about our success at the Bakewell Show,” said Steve Croot, who runs the farm shop at Farnah House Farm, Wirksworth Road. “Our pork, apple and Stilton sausage is proving to be a real winner.”

The sausages and meat products are all created in-house by the Croots team of butchers, who have won numerous awards.

Croots Farm Shop opened its doors in June 2008, and has recently expanded with a much larger café and restaurant, Shires Eatery.

On Saturday August 24th it will be staging a free vintage and classic car day, as well as a burger festival, cheese sampling and wine tasting.

Croots Farm Shop is open Sundays from 10am to 4pm (Shires Eatery until 3.45pm), and from Tuesday to Saturday from 9am to 5pm (Shires Eatery until 4.30pm). It is closed on Mondays.

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