These were judged last month at the Institute of Good Housekeeping by a panel of industry experts: IGD chief executive Joanne Denney, Food and Drink Federation deputy director general Martin Paterson, Mintel International editorial director GNPD David Jago, and The Grocer editor Clive Beddall. Winners were chosen for their taste, versatility, packaging, added value and innovation in 16 categories. Visitors will be able to see and taste each of the winners on the Ideas to Dine For stage area. Winning entries in each category are: Fresh fruit & vegetables Snack pack carrots Watton Produce Co Meat Orchard pie The Topping Pie Co Chilled grocery Roasted and smoked cherry tomatoes Centaur Foods Ambient grocery Baked gigarites beans Odysea Frozen food Onion bread roll, Le Pain Croustillant Fish Smoked salmon Inverawe Smokehouses Dairy Butter rosettes IDB Deutschland & Co Bakery Chocolate fruit and nut slice The Handmade Cake Co Confectionery Belgian chocolates ­ truffles John Lusty Group Crisps and snacks Hand fried crisps Burts Potato Chips Sauces Roasted tomato & basil bread dipper The American Marketplace Ready meals Anna's lamb & apricot casserole The Rare Breed Meat Co Beverages Master Café John Lusty Group Soft drinks Apple, blackcurrant & elderflower smoothie Innocent Alcoholic drinks Organic gin The Organic Spirit Co Ethnic food Mango chutney Shere Khan Foods {{FOCUS SPECIALS }}