Food Industry Awards ceremony returns in-person next week

Food Industry Awards ceremony returns in-person next week

The much anticipated annual FMT Food Industry Awards ceremony is now only a week away, hosted by celebrity chef Matt Tebbutt of TV’s Saturday Kitchen.

The FMT Food Industry Awards 2022 returns as an in-person event next Wednesday, 25th May 2022.

Following an online ceremony in 2021, the Awards returns as an in-person event on Wednesday evening 25th May at the five-star Royal Lancaster Hotel, London, a new venue for the Awards presentations.

After many successful years as a formal lunch, this year’s event has been elevated to a black tie dinner and presentation. Organiser Sharon Yandell said: “We have had great support and all of us are really looking forward to what promises to be a very special occasion. It really is so good to be back to normal again.”

With all votes counted for this year’s awards, and hundreds of products evaluated, all winners and finalists will be announced on the night across 15 categories. This includes the prestigious Food Industry Champion, presented to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the UK food industry. 

Best Red Meat Product and Best Poultry Product are just two of the important categories to be recognised, showcasing the very best the UK meat industry has to offer.

Speaking to Food Management Today ahead of the 2022 Awards, Matt Tebbutt said that hosting this year’s ceremony was about “doing what I can to help an industry that has had an awful time over the last two years.” He said: “It’s lovely for me, personally, to just be in a room with people that love the food industry as much as I do.”

For more information about this year’s event, visit foodmanagement.today/awards or call 01908 613323.

The FMT Food Industry Awards 2022 Awards partners:

Event date is subject to 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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