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Taste the difference in fair food bake-off

Great Fairtrade Bake-off at The Winter Gradens, hosted by Sheffield District Methodist Church. l-r is Judge Vernon Marsh Chair, Michael Sanderson, Alison Trezise and Chris Kellett all a part of the Methodist Fairtrade Group.

Great Fairtrade Bake-off at The Winter Gradens, hosted by Sheffield District Methodist Church. l-r is Judge Vernon Marsh Chair, Michael Sanderson, Alison Trezise and Chris Kellett all a part of the Methodist Fairtrade Group.

Visitors to Sheffield’s Winter Garden helped judge a bake-off with a difference.

They cast their votes on brownies, cakes, buns and biscuits whipped up by budding cooks – and containing as many Fairtrade ingredients as possible – for yesterday’s The Great Fairtrade Bake-Off.

Organisers, the Sheffield Methodist District, awarded prizes in two categories for those aged under 13 and those over 13.

The Reverend Vernon Marsh, head judge, said: “Many churches across Sheffield are committed to Fairtrade, because it helps support small farmers across the world to get a fair deal and live better lives.”

 

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