Meat & Poultry Processing Awards deadline approaches

Time is running out to put an entry forward for Meat Trades Journal’s Meat & Poultry Processing Awards 2017. 

The ceremony is designed to showcase and reward excellence and innovation by processors and processing companies representing the industry both at home, and in export markets.

Now entering its eighth year, the awards ceremony provides businesses and individuals a platform to demonstrate why they perform to the highest standards. Winners will reap the benefits of their success, such as editorial coverage and the chance to showcase achievements.

“The Meat & Poultry Processing Awards are one of the highlights of the industry’s calendar and a great opportunity to showcase a business to the entire sector,” said Aidan Fortune, deputy editor of Meat Trades Journal.

“Previous winners at the Meat & Poultry Processing Awards have been some of the top names in the industry and they have used this accolade to grow their businesses even further. Your business could be the next one to claim the top prize and reap the benefits of being named Processing Business of the Year.

“As well as the networking opportunity that the event affords, it’s a recognition of all the hard work your staff have put in over the past 12 months and a chance to make your mark in the meat and poultry processing industry.”

Categories for the 2017 awards are as follows:
•    Product Developer of the Year
•    Environmental Initiative of the Year
•    Exporter of the Year
•    Plant Manager of the Year
•    Supply Chain Initiative of the Year
•    Young Processor of the Year

Processing Business of the Year – will be chosen from one of the three categories below:
•    Small Processor of the Year
•    Retail Processor of the Year
•    Foodservice Processor of the Year

To enter the Meat & Poultry Processing Awards 2017 please register your interest here before the Friday, 4 November deadline.

The ceremony will take place on Thursday, 2 March 2017 at the Deansgate Hilton Hotel, Manchester.

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