18th Oct, 2021

ABP Collects 14 stars at Great Taste Awards

ABP has been awarded a total of 14 stars for 10 of its products at the prestigious annual Great Taste 2021 Awards, which are run by the Guild of Fine Food in the UK. Two of ABP’s TDA beef products were recognised at the awards; its TDA Cote Du Boeuf was awarded two stars and its TDA Striploin Joint was awarded one star.

As part of a highly impressive performance, ABP received a coveted three star award for its Certified Irish Angus Bone In Rib, which means that the product was described by judges as extraordinarily tasty. The company was also awarded two stars for its Butchers Selection Fillet Steak.

The company also received one star awards for seven of its meat products.

ABP’s TDA beef products are produced at its state of the art facility in Cahir, Co. Tipperary, utilising the company’s patented UltraTender™ process, and are dry aged using handcrafted Irish Atlantic Sea Salt.

Dave O’Connell, European Commercial Director for ABP said: “ABP is honoured to have once again been recognised at the Great Taste Awards. These prestigious awards are a testament to the dedication of both our employees and our farmer suppliers to upholding an exemplary standard. The Great Taste Awards are an internationally recognised stamp of excellence and our track record of achievement at this event is an incredible endorsement of our quality Irish beef that is enjoyed by consumers around the world.”

Established in 1994, Great Taste is organised by the Guild of Fine Food and is the world’s largest, longest standing and most respected food accreditation scheme for artisan and speciality food producers. There were more than 14,000 entries from 108 countries into Great Taste this year and of those products, 218 have been awarded three stars, 1,138 received two stars and 4,027 were awarded a one star accolade. This year, entries were judged by a panel of 355 industry experts including food critics, chefs, cooks, restaurateurs, buyers, retailers and producers, over a period of 86 days.