Cheese and charcuterie makers were among the winners at the 2018 Good Food Awards show in San Francisco.

The show, produced by the San Francisco-based Good Food Foundation, honors foods produced authentically and responsibly. At this year’s show, 199 winners were chosen from more than 2,000 entrants in 15 categories.

Charcuterie winners included:

American Pig, Picante Salami, North Carolina
Beltex Meats, Coppa, Utah
Brooklyn Cured, Smoked Coppa, New York
Charlito’s Cocina, Campo Seco, New York
Elevation Charcuterie and Artisan Meats, Calabrese, Colorado 
Farmer’s Daughter Market & Butcher, Hot Capicola, West Virginia
Fra’ Mani Handcrafted Foods, Salametto Piccante & Soppressata, California
Lady Edison with San Giuseppe Salami Co., Sweet Sopressata & Spanish Style Chorizo, North Carolina
‘Nduja Artisans, Culatello, Illinois
Olympia Provisions, Chorizo El Rey, Oregon
Red Bear Provisions, Holy Cow! Beef Dry Salami Sticks, Illinois 
Thistle Meats, Milano Salami, California
Toro Bravo, Sobrasada Mallorca & Fuet, Oregon

Cheese winners included:

Bellwether Farms, Whole Milk Basket Ricotta, California
Boxcarr Handmade Cheese, Campo & Winsome, North Carolina
Briar Rose Creamery, Goat Milk Feta & Lorelei, Oregon
Cascadia Creamery, Glacier Blue & Sawtooth, Washington
Consider Bardwell Farm, Rupert, Vermont
Firefly Farms Creamery, Merry Goat Round Spruce Reserve, Maryland
Goldin Artisan Goat Cheese, Cascadian Frechette, Oregon
Green Dirt Farm, Prairie Tomme, Missouri
LaClare Farms Specialties, Evalon & Cave Aged Chandoka, Wisconsin
Landmark Creamery, Petit Nuage, Wisconsin
Laura Chenel’s, Taupinière, California
Looking Glass Creamery, Bear Wallow, North Carolina
Montchevre, Fresh Goat Cheese, Wisconsin
Nettle Meadow Farm, Kunik, New York
Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Company, Bay Blue, California
Sweet Grass Dairy, Thomasville Tomme, Georgia