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Brakes scoops six accolades at BFFF Awards

18 June 2012

Brakes, a supplier to the foodservice industry has scooped a total of six accolades at the esteemed BFFF (British Frozen Food Federation) awards. Brakes won six awards, including Best Main course.

Brakes collected two gold, one silver and three bronze awards in Best Main, Best Meat Free Dish, Best Dessert and Best Bakery Product categories. Products from across the Brakes Group of specialist businesses were recognised with La Boulangerie, Creative Foods and Brakes branded products all winning accolades.

James Armitage, Brakes Marketing Director commented: “We are very proud to have won so many awards. This is a credit to the hard work and commitment of everyone involved in the innovation, development and sourcing of award winning products for our customers.”

Brian Young, Director General of the BFFF said: “The BFFF awards celebrate the very best products in foodservice. The competition was very stiff this year and the high quality of entries is a sign of the continuing resilience and innovation in the frozen food industry. The products submitted by Brakes were of an excellent quality and we are very pleased to recognise them.”

The awards, held at London’s Park Lane Hilton, recognise the highest achievements in frozen food across the UK and celebrate new product innovations.

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