MM Meat Awards entries set for a record year

MM Meat Awards entries set for a record year

Voting and product nominations for the country’s biggest and most prestigious annual meat event, the Meat Management Awards 2021, look set to break all previous records.

“The entry levels, to date for products have been really encouraging,” said event organiser, Sharon Yandell, “especially given the challenges presented by coronavirus. The industry response has been amazing and we’re keen to make this the best year ever with a record number of entries. So, with that in mind there’s still time to nominate your products and cast your votes. It’s easy and it’s free!”

Entrants can nominate as many products as they wish – the only criteria is that they must be manufactured in the British Isles.

Product nomination categories:

  • Best Bacon Product
  • Best Beef Product
  • Best Lamb Product
  • Best Pork Product
  • Best Poultry Product
  • Britain’s Best Burger
  • Britain’s Best Meat Pie
  • Britain’s Best Sausage
  • Best ‘Free From’ Product

Online voting and nomination categories are:

  • The Catering Butcher Award
  • Manufacturer of the Year
  • Best Equipment/Machinery Supplier
  • Best Trade Organisation
  • Best Online Business
  • Supermarket Meat Retailer of the Year
  • Britain’s Best Butcher’s Shop
  • Training Scheme of the Year
  • Young Manager of the Year
  • The Meat Management Excellence Award

Sharon Yandell continued: “The Excellence Award is presented to an individual of high merit. This very special award will be made to a manager or senior executive who has made an outstanding contribution to the UK meat industry. The question is; who do you know that will merit such recognition? Make sure you vote today so we get your suggestion.”

For a guide to voting and product nominations visit: meatmanagement.com/online-voting  | meatmanagement.com/product-entry/

A special thanks to our 2021 partners:

Important Notice Covid-19 / Government Rulings: The organisers have set up facilities to judge all products which are entered and delivered by participants to the Harper Adams University test kitchens location. However, we take no responsibility should the judging not take place at the venue or on the dates publicised, should any circumstances outside of our control mean the facilities are not available or withdrawn, or if any rulings by Government prevent the judging and assembly from going ahead. For terms and conditions covering the awards and awards dinner, please click here.

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