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SOFHT recognises food hygiene excellence

24 November 2017

The Society of Food Hygiene (SOFHT) has announced the winners of its annual industry awards. 

The SOFHT awards recognise and celebrate excellence in food safety and hygiene within the food and associated industries and are judged by a panel of experienced food industry professionals from the Society’s membership.
Winner of Best New Product was Solupak by Christeyns Food Hygiene (formerly known as Klenzan – Christeyns). These single dose, concentrated soluble sachets of chemical are simply dropped into the receptacle and diluted with water.

Company of the Year went to Allied Hygiene Systems Ltd, one of the largest independent UK based manufacturers of wet and dry wipes as well paper consumables.

Buckinghamshire-based Percipio Training scooped the award for Best Training Company while Peter Rose also from Percipio was also awarded Best Trainer.

SAI Global’s Steve Lodge, an expert in areas of animal welfare, slaughtering and meat processing. was awarded Best Auditor/Technologist.

The Dorothy Cullinane Award for ‘Outstanding Achievement’ in the food industry, a special award voted for by SOFHT’s directors went to Kaarin Goodburn MBE, director of the Chilled Food Association.
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