Enter the Meat & Poultry Processing Awards

The search is on for the meat industry’s shining stars as Meat Trades Journal gears up once again for the prestigious Meat & Poultry Processing Awards 2016. 

Companies across the sector are being urged to enter the annual awards, which recognise and reward excellence across a number of different categories.

Rod Addy, editor of Meat Trades Journal, said: “There is a lot of hard work going on in the meat industry and processors are doing an excellent job of providing quality meat produce to the nation.

“The Meat & Poultry Processing Awards celebrate these businesses, which are working tirelessly to raise standards in the meat and poultry trade. To have your company recognised as one of the best in the country is not only a morale-booster for teams, but it also sets you apart from the competition and gives you something to shout about.

“If you’re a processor and believe that your business is doing something different, you need to enter the Meat & Poultry Processing Awards and have the industry recognise your talent.”

This year will see two new categories: Retail Processor of the Year and Foodservice Processor of the Year. The Processor of the Year award will be chosen from the winner of these and the Small Processor of the Year category.

The categories include
• Product Developer of the Year
• Environmental Initiative of the Year
• Exporter of the Year
• Plant Manager of the Year
• Young Processor of the Year
• Supply Chain Initiative of the Year
• Small Processor of the Year
• Retail Processor of the Year
• Foodservice Processor of the Year
• The Processing Business of the Year (which will be chosen from the last three).

The Meat & Poultry Processing Awards take place at Radisson Blu Edwardian, Manchester on Thursday 3 March 2016. The event is being sponsored by AHDB Beef & Lamb, Multivac, Sealed Air, Reiser and Bizerba, while entertainment on the night is sponsored by Systems Integration.

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