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Rewarding food tech heroes

26 February 2017

The FoodTalk Show has launched an awards programme to celebrate food industry innovation taking place in the UK. 

Broadcasting weekly online, The FoodTalk Show features the most innovative and visionary figures in food technology. 
If your business is based in the UK, been trading at least a year and is doing something new and exciting in the food tech sector,  you are eligible to enter the awards, which will be culminate with an awards ceremony at London’s Oxo Tower on 12 June, as part of London Tech Week. 
Award categories include:
•  It’s All In The Taste – unusual and delicious flavour combinations
• Free-From Pioneer – food or drink products that taste great without allergens
• Gourmet Guerrilla – cleaner or healthier options in factory-produced food
• What’s In Store – smart gadgets and tech that rock our world
• Outside The Box – packaging that’s more than just a pretty parcel
• The Fabulous Fanny Award for Food Writing – our tribute to a culinary queen!
The winners of each category will be featured in an hour-long The FoodTalk Show special, to be recorded and broadcast in 2017. Going out live online at 4pm every Thursday, The FoodTalk Show is also available as a podcast on iTunes and the Podcast app. The show is syndicated in Malta and the USA.

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