Awards product deadline extended due to demand
The Meat Management Industry Awards is heading for another record year. So, the organisers have decided to extend the product nomination deadline to Wednesday 14th June to allow as many companies and businesses to participate as possible.
Publisher of Meat Management magazine Graham Yandell said that once again the Awards go from strength to strength: “We just want as many products to be in the mix as possible,” he said, adding: “It really is amazing to see so many being involved right across the industry both large and small.”
Nominating products is quick, easy and free and can be done by clicking here.
Wednesday 14th June is the final deadline for nominations.
Lead organiser Sharon Yandell said: “With companies still wanting to enter their products we felt it only fair to offer a nomination extension and be as supportive as we can. This gives everyone the opportunity to participate in the biggest Awards event in the meat industry calendar. It also means more businesses stand the chance of receiving high profile recognition at the Meat Management Industry Awards ceremony this coming September, either as a winner, a finalist or as highly commended. But remember you need to be in it to win it.”
Product categories are:
- Britain’s Best Burger
- Britain’s Best Meat Pie
- Britain’s Best Sausage
- Best Poultry Product
- Best Free From Product
- Best Bacon Product
- Best Pork / Pigmeat Product
- Best Lamb Product
- Best Beef Product
- Best Red Meat Product
Voting in the other non-product categories is also still available to readers of Meat Management magazine and meatmanagement.com, plus the wider industry.
The finalists and winners will be announced at a black-tie awards ceremony planned to take place at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole Hotel on 12th September. Tables and tickets can be reserved now online at www.meatmanagement.com/awards-tickets.
To nominate products click here.
Thank you to the 2023 Meat Management Meat Industry Awards Partners:
Event date and venue availability is subject to any ongoing Government rulings on public assembly and therefore the organisers reserve the right to make appropriate changes if required affecting the date or venue at their absolute discretion.