MM Awards product nomination deadline this Friday

MM Awards product nomination deadline this Friday

Organisers are reminding everyone that the product nomination deadline for the 2022 Meat Management Industry Awards is this Friday 10th June.

Product judging takes place at the Regional Food Academy located at Harper Adams University.

Lead organiser Sharon Yandell said: “It’s the last chance to nominate products, which offers participants the opportunity to get high profile recognition at the Meat Management Industry Awards ceremony this coming September 15th, either as a winner, a finalist or as highly commended.

“It’s by far the biggest and most prestigious event of its kind in the industry and we expect another record entry. After nomination, we will send all participants the information they need to deliver products for evaluation and judging on 21st June.”

Nominating products online is quick, easy and free, and full details can be found at the official website, which provides full details on how to nominate products in various categories.

Voting in the other categories is also still available to readers of Meat Management magazine and, 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 15th September. Tables and tickets can be reserved now online at

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

To nominate products, cast your vote or book tickets for the ceremony, visit the website without delay:

Thank you to the official 2022 partners:

For more information about awards partnerships and sponsorship packages for the various award initiatives staged by Meat Management contact Michelle Ingerfield on 01908 613323 or email

The awards ceremony 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, or the type of presentations made, at their absolute discretion.

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