Food Awards ceremony offers much interest and participation for the UK meat industry

Food Awards ceremony offers much interest and participation for the UK meat industry

Organisers are urging anyone who has still not booked their tickets or tables for this year’s FMT Food Industry Awards ceremony to do so now – as there is very limited space remaining.

The ABP team with 2022 host Matt Tebutt.
ABP picked up the Best New Product Development Award for its sirloin steak product at the 2022 Awards ceremony.

The annual awards ceremony and black-tie dinner, which will be hosted at the 5-star Royal Lancaster Hotel in London on Tuesday evening 6th June, will offer food industry professionals the chance to celebrate the best across the sector including a wide range of categories of interest to the meat industry.

Lead organiser of the Awards, Sharon Yandell, commented: “The Food Management Today Industry Awards is a top accolade and once again we are delighted with the level and quality of participation this year.

“We are set for a wonderful night on 6th June with a first-class dinner and we also have a great host in Pete Firman, widely recognised as one of the UK’s top magicians and comedians. This will be an occasion where everyone can celebrate in style and, as usual, the meat industry is well represented.”

The event will recognise and honour products, companies and individuals in 16 categories:

  • Best Red Meat Product
  • Best Poultry Product
  • Best ‘Free From’ Product
  • Best New Product Development
  • Best Ready to Eat Product
  • Best Frozen Product
  • Best Bakery Product
  • Best Seafood Product
  • Best Dairy Product
  • Best Ingredients Supplier
  • Best Machinery/Equipment Supplier
  • Best Trade Organisation
  • Best Training Initiative
  • Food Retailer of the Year
  • Food Manufacturer of the Year
  • Food Industry Champion Award

For more information go to to book tickets or tables.

The 2023 FMT 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.

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