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Quick - vote! There's only one week left...

19 April 2011

Online voting in this year's Food Processing Awards' categories has been so tight that several are simply too close to call. All the more reason to vote while you can... the deadline is 28 April

An analysis of current voting trends shows more than half the categories in this year's competition are going to be entailed in a fight to the death. In fact vote counts are so close only the rash would place a bet on the finalists.

And in the remaining categories, the voting is still close enough for there to be a come-from-behind challenge from all of the current also-rans.

Some of the most anticipated contests will be in Company of the Year which features Winkworth Machinery, WERMA, Festo and BHJ UK, and Technological Development which features Bosch Rexroth, Atlas Copco Compressors, Cablofil, Mitsubishi and Burkert.

The winners will be revealed at a glitzy evening reception at the Hinckley Island Hotel in Leicestershire.

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