It’s official Britain’s best pasty is made in Devon

PUBLISHED: 16:40 11 March 2019 | UPDATED: 09:50 13 March 2019

Chunk of Devon win Champion Pasty at British Pie awards. Picture: mepics@live.co.uk

Chunk of Devon win Champion Pasty at British Pie awards. Picture: mepics@live.co.uk

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Devon officially has the best pasty in the country after an Ottery based business won the biggest prize at the British Pie Awards.

Chunk of Devon walked away with the champion pasty with its steak variety, beating out rivals Cornwall, at a ceremony in St Melton Mowbray on Friday (March 8).

The business, which is based on the Finnimore Trading Estate in Ottery, previously won the award back in 2009.

Simon Bryon-Edmond, from Chunk of Devon, said: “We’re delighted to have won Champion Pasty for a second time.

“It is an exciting time for Chunk with plenty of new pie and pasty recipes on the way.

“Winning this and awards for our pies means a lot to us.”

“It’s fantastic to receive recognition for all the continued hard work we have put into developing delicious products that our customers enjoy time and time again.”


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