It has been a record haul at this year's World Marmalade Awards, with more than 2,000 jars sent in by amateur marmalade-makers.
Entries for the awards, hosted as part of the Marmalade Festival at Dalemain, near Penrith, have been submitted from as far afield as Australia, the Philippines, South Africa, Japan and South Korea.
This year has also seen an increased number of artisan marmalade entries compared to last year.
Organisers claim this shows the awards are now setting the standard for marmalade both nationally and internationally.
More top news
ITV Border's very own Pam Royle and Fiona Armstrong were honoured at the Royal Television Society Awards this weekend.
London's Labour mayor said there's lessons to be learned from his party's defeat in the Copeland by-election.
Emma Jesson brings you Sunday's weather forecast