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Food Processing Awards 2017 – Last chance to nominate

17 July 2017

The annual Food Processing Awards are designed to acknowledge and recognise companies for their excellence and innovation in the UK food and beverage engineering sector. Nominations are now being sought for the 2017 Awards. 

This year the award ceremony will be held immediately after the Appetite for Engineering event on 19th October – which is taking place at the Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry – at the nearby DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel.

The Food Processing Awards 2017 categories are.

• Robotics & Automation  
• Continuous Improvement 
• Young Engineer of the Year 
• Lifetime Achievement 
• Hygiene & Food Safety 
• Process & Packaging 
• Skills & development 
• Future-Factory Enabling Technologies
• Environmental / Sustainability

Nominations should be sent to the editor of Food Processing –  Suzanne.gill@imlgroup.co.uk – before 7th August.  After this date we will be presenting the final nominations to the readers of Food Processing for consideration. 


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