Now in the 12th year, our Fine Farm Produce Awards aim to prove that sustainable food isn't just better for nature, it tastes better too. They celebrate the very best produce from the Trust's 1,500 tenant farmers and estates, who look after more than 500,000 acres of grazed pasture, orchards and arable farmland.
Mel and Jonty Brunyee, from Conygree Farm near Cheltenham, won the overall Farming for Nature award at this year's Fine Farm Produce Awards.
Winner of the Overall Food Award was Standleys Barn Farm on the Calke Abbey Estate, for their pork loin.
Overall Drinks Award winner was the Killerton Estate, near Exeter, for their Medium Sparkling Cider.
In addition to our three overall winners, there are lots of other very worthy winners who produce some very fine products.
Try our warming spiced soy and star anise pork, made with produce from our Fine Farm Produce Award winners.
See the overall winners from the Fine Farm Produce Awards 2016.
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We love sustainably produced, local and seasonal food because it's better for the special places we look after, better for the environment, with low food-miles and tastes better too.
We love food and we've got some great recipes to prove it. Take a look through all of our recipes for some culinary inspiration.
If the green-fingered thing isn't for you, why not head to a farm shop to pick up some fresh, tasty local produce from one of our tenant farmers?
Growing your own tasty treats is simple and great fun. Home-grown, home-made jams, roasted potatoes and even ketchup are fantastic additions to the table.
We look after 250,000 hectares of countryside and more than 780 miles of coastline, keeping them accessible for future generations