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year a lot of innovation and imagination was in evidence and getting a top award is very competitive. Those who reached the shortlist should feel very proud of their achievement. The bar just keeps getting higher.”


Organised by Spice Business magazine, the British Curry Awards 2010 were sponsored by Star Plus, LBC 97.3, ITN, Kingfisher Beer, O2, Deepio, Pataks, Kansaras Chocolates, Shapla Paani, GOF, Imbibe, J20, GURU, Goldstar Chefs, Eurasia and Le Raj.


As well as showcasing the British spice industry, the event was also successful in raising funds for the LBC Help a London Child, with LBC pre- senter Nick Ferrari making an impassioned pleas for this worthy cause. In total around £11,000 was collected from the generous guests and will go to the charity.


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