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Food Processing Awards 2014 Winners

04 November 2014

On 21 October 2014, the Food Processing Awards were held at the Hinckley Island Hotel. Hosted by Peter Whitfield and Paul Boardman, there were eight hotly-contested categories for the readers of Food Processing to vote for their winners, turning out in their thousands to choose their winners.

Packaging Solutions
Holfeld Plastics

Robotics & Automation
Pacepacker, FANUC and Festo

Energy Management
Spirax Sarco with Westons Cider

Hygiene Solutions
ROCOL

Environmental Solutions
Schoeller Allibert with Sainsbury’s

Technological Development
OAL Group

Company of the Year
ACO Building Drainage

Skills & Development
Sam Kelly, PepsiCo

The evening was a great success and we would like to congratulate all of the winners and nominees for their ongoing support to innovate and drive the food processing industry.


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