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Record year for Brakes in Food & Drink Awards

03 December 2010

It's been a record year for Brakes Group with the company sweeping the board at this year’s Excellence in Food and Drinks Awards 2010

Taking place on Friday 26 November at the Dorchester Hotel in London, Brakes Group won seven gold awards for the Bakery; Dessert & Pudding; Fair Trade, Organic and Ethical Product; Centre of Plate; Innovation Award; Meat, Game and Poultry; and Kids Snack and Drink categories.

Products from across the Brakes Group of specialist businesses were recognised including Creative Foods – producer of recipe dishes – which won two gold awards, La Boulangerie – bread and patisserie specialist which won an award, and Brakes own brand whose scooped four gold awards.

Brakes Group had products shortlisted in nine out of 20 categories overall.

James Armitage, Brakes marketing director commented: “We're very proud to have won so many awards. It's the most we've ever received. Every year we strive to develop new and exciting products for our customers and these accolades are testament to the hard work and commitment of everyone involved.”

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