A North-east bakery has scooped a number of prizes at a prestigious awards ceremony.
JG Ross was named regional winner and won the national gold for their mince pies at the Scottish Baker of the Year Awards.
The Inverurie-based company also won a national silver for their butteries, and regional bronze accolades for their GI Bread and French Fancies.
Production director Cameron Ross said: “We are extremely pleased to be recognised as one of Scotland’s best bakers.
“We take our business very seriously and use traditional methods and craftsmen’s skills to deliver quality every time.
“But we could not have come this far in the competition without the votes of all our customers – thank you.”
Judge on ITV’s Britain’s Best Bakery Mich Turner MBE, who presented JG Ross with their award, said: “There have been some fantastic entries and all the prizes I have handed out to bakers have been worthy in every way. I wish all our winners well in the coming year.”