Pipers crisps from Elsham voted tastiest in Lincolnshire
More than 18,000 people voted for their favourite flavours this summer on Lincolnshire Day.
During the summer the Lincolnshire Co-op took its Tastes on Tour exhibition around the county, sampling popular local treats like Pipers crisps and Dennetts ice cream.
Wissington Spicy Tomato from Pipers Crisps - based in Elsham - fought off a challenge from Karnataka Black Pepper to claim the crisp title.
Raspberry Pavlova ice cream, by Dennetts in Spilsby, scooped top spot in that category, ahead of Tutti Frutti.
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Both flavours have now been on sale at all 74 Lincolnshire Co-op Foodstores since October 1.
The society has a range of more than 70 local products and on Lincolnshire Day special celebrations took place at stores across the county.
The Co-op's membership and community assistant manager, Richard Whittaker, said: "We've been supporting Lincolnshire Day for many years because we think it's a great way to celebrate our county's fantastic local food.
"We're delighted to use this special day to launch the winning flavours from our Tastes on Tour competition."
Lincoln Gold beer, brewed by Tom Wood's in Melton Ross, also went on sale on Lincolnshire Day.