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Who are the winners of the 2016 EADT Suffolk Food & Drink Awards?

PUBLISHED: 19:11 25 April 2016 | UPDATED: 19:11 25 April 2016

Follow the 2017 Suffolk Food and Drink Awards live (stock image). Picture: ANDY ABBOTT

Follow the 2017 Suffolk Food and Drink Awards live (stock image). Picture: ANDY ABBOTT

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Today the greatest food producers in Suffolk have gathered at Milsom's Kesgrave Hall for the final of the 2016 Food & Drink Awards.

Here we bring you ive coverage from the awards - which start at midday.

The finalists are:

Outstanding Customer Service - The Lighthouse (Aldeburgh), Wentworth Hotel and Restaurant (Aldeburgh), Trongs (Ipswich)

Chef of the Year - Alexander Aitchison from The Queen at Brandeston, James Carn-Pryor from Pea Porridge, Bury St Edmunds, Trevor Clark formerly of Royal Norfolk and Suffolk Yacht Club

Young Chef of the Year - Jonathan Cooper from The Swan at Lavenham Hotel & Spa, Luke Ames from The Leaping Hare, Wyken, Max Cameron from Tuddenham Mill

Pride of Suffolk - Anchor Smokehouse, Lowestoft, Maximus Sustainable Fish, Scarlett & Mustard

Best Food or Drink Marketing - Gressigham Foods, Scarlett & Mustard, Three Muskateers

Best Newcomer - Lavenham Butchers, Moo Moo Cakes, The Queen at Brandeston

Best Family Business - Anchor Smokehouse, Lowestoft, Kenton Hall Estate, Lane Farm Country Foods

Best Restaurant - The Fox and Goose, Fressingfield, The Unruly Pig, Bromeswell, Tuddenham Mill

Best Cafe/Tea Room - Applaud, Ipswich, Darsham Nurseries Café, The Old Stores, Tuddenham

Pub of the Year - The Eel’s Foot Inn, Leiston, The Ferryboat Inn, Felixstowe, The Woolpack, Ipswich

Field to Fork - Lavenham Butchers, Truly Traceable Venison Game & Pies, Wild Meat Company

Best School Food Project - Orford CEVA Primary School Kitchen Garden Project, St Joseph’s College

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