Produce from the Pembrokeshire seashore and riverside is amongst the star performers in the Great Taste 2014 awards.

The world’s largest blind-tasted food awards have attracted 10,000 entries this year, but only a small percentage are given the right to carry the little gold and black Great Taste logo.

A delicious trio from artisan producers Nick and Annette Tonkin of Coedcanlas, Lawrenny, each picked up a star.

The couple’s Delton Martin Ontario maple syrup, Seville Orange marmalade and Wild Organic Crab Apple Jelly - whose fruit was gathered along the Cleddau estuary - all impressed the tasters.

The Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company’s Welshman’s Caviar also earned a star to add to the accolades for Jonathan Williams’ seashore-based business. The award-winning product is handpicked laver seaweed from the Pembrokeshire coast, which has been dried and toasted.

In Narberth, Ivan Wilson and Lynn Baylis from Fire & Ice are celebrating the success of their Mango, Lime and Chili Sorbet, which picked up a one-star award.

“To be awarded a gold star this year is fantastic,” said Lynn. “It follows on from last year’s success, and it will allow us to promote the quality and taste experience of the fruit sorbets we are creating.”

The company also tasted success at the recent Royal Welsh Show, winning a gold award for their Tiramisu Gelato.

Capestone Organic Poultry of Walwyn’s Castle again featured in the Great Taste awards when it was awarded one star for its organic chicken thigh.

And there was also a star performer from Sarah Cooks at Whitland - Sarah Miller’s Roasted Red Pepper and Red Chili Jam.