Virtuous Bread has been nominated for a Flourish Prize by Aim2Flourish - these will be awarded in June 2017. These prizes are awarded to not for profit companies/social enterprises whose business innovations help achieve one or more of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Bread Angel, Darrin Romp, of the Hampshire Baking Company picks up second prize in the Bread Category of the Small Food Awards!
Bread Angel, Gaye Whitwam, of Sticky Mitts Bread, wins third prize for her Swedish rye bread in the Small Food Awards, 2016. Click here to take a baking course or buy bread from this award winning baker!
Bread Angel, Liz Wilson wins a gold star in two categories in the 2016 Great Taste awards. We are so proud!
Bread Angels wins a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellent for 2016. Thanks to all our lovely students for leaving a review for us. We look forward to continuing to delight and inspire.
October 2015: Bread Angels Juli Farkas and Liz Wilson both win multiple awards at the World Bread Awards. September 2015: Bread Angel, Liz Wilson is runner up in the Londoners' Loaf category of the Urban Food Awards. May 2015: Bread Angels awarded a certificate of excellence from Tripadvisor. April 2015: Bread Angels in the top 10 of courses and workshops in London on Tripadvisor. March 2015: The Guardian newspaper names Bread Angel, Liz Wilson (aka Ma Baker) as one of the start ups of the year. August 2014: Virtuous Bread voted as a top 20 thing to do when you are planning a hen party, by Hello Magazine December 2013: Virtuous Bread voted as a top 10 holiday gift in the UK by The Metro. September 2012: Virtuous Bread voted as one of top three baking schools in London by The Telegraph June 2012: Virtuous Bread voted in the top 6 of all bakery and butchery schools nationwide by Looking to Cook. May 2012: Virtuous Bread places 29th in the Headstream Social Brands Top 100 report January 2012: Virtuous Bread wins a £5 000 grant from Richmond council to train Bread Angels in Barnes, SW London November 2011: Jane Mason becomes one of Red Magazine's Red Hot Women when she is awarded the Food Breakthrough award for developing an innovative, meaningful business out of a passion. October 2011: Rosie Clark wins the Leicestershire Cook Off with her Leicestershire Loaves. Voted to be the food in the competition that most represents the county of Leicestershire. August 2011: Jane Mason nominated for Red Magazine's Hot Women awards, 2011 May 2011: Virtuous Bread makes the top five shortlist for the Nectar Contribution to the Community award March 2011: Virtuous Bread places 32 in the Headstream Social Brands Top 100 Report. January 2011: Jane Mason is listed in the Who's Who book of foreign directors in the UK. November 2010: Virtuous Bread wins a Level 1 Award of £5 000.00 from UnLtd.