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Celebrity food expert to speak at Food Processing Awards

10 September 2013

Hardeep Singh Kohli, part of the original team on the highly successful BBC1 programme, The One Show, will be sharing his witty observations at this year's Food Processing Awards on 25 September 2013.

Taking place at the Chesford Grange Hotel, Kenilworth, the Awards follow the Appetite for Engineering conference and will be presented to a wide array of food businesses that have excelled throughout 2013.

Hardeep is a regular on BBC1's Question Time, This Week with Andrew Neil and was a former Newsnight Review presenter and contributor. He was runner up on the first series of Celebrity Masterchef, which led to two series for UKTV Food, New British Kitchen and Chefs And The City. His love of food was expressed in his first book ‘Indian Takeaway’ which was published in 2008 and nominated for an Independent Book Award.

Hardeep has written about food for Olive, Observer Food Monthly, The Spectator, The Times, The Sunday Times and many more publications. Most recently, he has been appointed as a columnist for Waitrose Food Illustrated. Hardeep was also a member of the judging panel for the Organic Food Awards 2009.


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