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Sausage Competition, full list of medal winners.

Press Release

Date of release: 30 November 2001
Release from: The New Zealand Retail Meat and Allied Trades Federation

Topic: Sausage Competition, full list of medal winners.

The following is a full list of all winners and medalists in this year’s New Zealand Sausage Competition. All those on the list have been contacted about their success.

Winners and Medalists - New Zealand Sausage Competition

Pork
Gold Turangi New World
Silver Woolworths Bay of Plenty Meat Packers Tauranga
Silver Cashmere Cuisine Christchurch
Bronze Normanby Butchery Taranaki
Bronze Westmeat Hokitika

Beef
Gold Bells Continental Smallgoods
Silver Heller Tasty Christchurch
Silver Brent Taylor Quality Meats Lower Hutt
Bronze Woolworths Bay of Plenty Meat Packers
Bronze Greytown Butchery
Bronze Alpine Butchery Queenstown

Pre-Cooked
Gold Foodstuffs Wellington
Silver Westmeat Hokitika
Silver Heller Tasty Christchurch
Bronze Prime Cut Meats Wanaka
Bronze Netherby Meats Ashburton
Bronze Fishers Meats Dunedin

Saveloy
Gold Cashmere Cuisine Christchurch
Silver Peter Timbs Meats Christchurch
Silver Woolworths Bay of Plenty Meat Packers
Bronze A.E. Preston and Co Palmerston North
Bronze Normanby Butchery Taranaki
Bronze Harnetts Butchery Kaikoura

Exotic
Gold North Shore Bacon Producers Thai Crab Sausage
Silver Harris Meats Cheviot Bratwurst
Silver Fishers Meats Dunedin Bratwurst
Silver Heller Tasty Christchurch Mexican Chilli
Bronze Heller Tasty Christchurch Cheese Kransky
Bronze Peter Timbs Meats Spanish Thins
Bronze Peter Timbs Meats Nuremburg
Bronze Heller Tasty Auckland Mexican

Traditionally Flavoured
Gold and Category Winner Heller Tasty Auckland Ham and cheese smoked
Gold Progressive Enterprises Traditional Beef and Cheese
Gold Tegel Foods Ltd Real Chicken
Silver Woolworths Bay of Plenty Meat Packers (Cheese)
Silver Superior Meats Carterton Smoked Beef
Silver Cashmere Cuisine Kurt’s Cornish
Silver Fishers Meats Dunedin Lamb and Mint
Silver Tegel Foods Garlic and Herb (Chicken)
Bronze Heller Tasty Auckland Lamb and Mint
Bronze Woolworths Bay of Plenty Meat Packers Traditional Cheese
Bronze Progressive Enterprises Auckland Traditional Beef
Bronze Heller Tasty Christchurch Lamb and Mint
Bronze Fishers Meats Dunedin Apricot

ENDS

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