Deadline extended for entries to SuperMeat & Fish Awards
Due to the overwhelming number of entrants, the deadline for entries to this year’s SuperMeat & Fish Awards has been extended to 1 April.
More information on how to enter can be found at www.supermeatandfish.co.uk or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last year Marks & Spencer picked up the Meat & Fish Retailer of the Year award and was praised by judges for “demonstrating a deep knowledge of its range, while having displays that showcased the products in their best light”. Marks & Spencer also won the Best Overall Product Award for its The Grill Pork Belly Hog Roast with Kentish Apple Sauce & Crackling Crumb.
Other winners on the night included Asda, which won the Head Office Initiative Award for its Farming for the Future programme and the Best Store Award for its Wakefield site.
The event is one of the highlights in the meat industry’s calendar, with a recent survey of those who attended SuperMeat & Fish Awards last year showing that 100% of respondents said they were interested in attending the event again and over 80% saying it was useful or very useful as a networking opportunity.
This year’s SuperMeat & Fish Awards will take place on Thursday 14 July 2016 at the Hilton, Park Lane in London. Participating retailers in the competition already include Aldi, Asda, The Co-operative, Iceland and Morrisons. The event is kindly sponsored by AHDB Beef & Lamb, AHDB Pork and Hybu Cig Cymru – Meat Promotion Wales.
Interested in attending? Contact Elizabeth Ellis on 01293846593 or via email on Elizabeth.Ellis@wrbm.com. The evening is an excellent networking opportunity with some of the country's top retailers and producers. Book now!
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