Wild boar bacon, pecorino and asparagus tortelli and Heavenly Marsala Tiramisu ice cream? Or can we tempt you to saltmarsh lamb and leek pie, washed down with Ramnesia strong ale and finished off with vodka lemon jelly?

These are typical of the excellent products that scooped prizes at the True Taste Wales Food and Drink Awards. At the event in Cardiff, 31 of the best Welsh producers and retailers picked up awards across 14 categories, with many more highly commended.

Llwynhelyg Farm Shop in Ceredigion walked off with the top award in the retailer category - sponsored by The Grocer. The judges, which included our deputy editor Siân Harrington, praised it as a showcase for the best local and Welsh produce.Run by Jenny and Teifi Davies, Llwynhelyg stocks home-produced potatoes, cakes and ready meals alongside 80 Welsh cheeses. All meat sold comes from Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion. Of 1,000 products stocked, 80% come from Wales, with seasonality a big influence.

Other winners included The Fresh Pasta Company, (best small supplier) and smoothie-maker The Serious Food Company (best medium-sized supplier). South Caernarfon Creameries was best large manufacturer thanks to its Old Shire Special Reserve vintage Cheddar.

More than 200 companies entered this year's True Taste Wales competition. The awards ceremony is on ITV Wales on Monday night.