The Prestigious Food Awards competition is approaching the deadline for product entries

UK food businesses, including the meat industry, continue to nominate products for the 2022 FMT Food Industry Awards with the deadline of Friday 28 January.

The deadline for product nominations is January 28.

Entering products is simple, fast and free.

Traditionally, the meat industry and meat products have done very well over the years, winning many of the most prestigious food awards accolades.

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Manufacturers, processors and retailers can offer free products in one or more of the nine categories. There is no limit to the number of products that can be entered. Simply click on the category names below for more information or to nominate a product in that category.

The following categories are of particular interest to those who get into meat products:

Best Poultry Product

Best Red Meat Product

Best product without product

Best frozen product

Better development of new products

Most Innovative Packaging Development

To best bakery product

Once the nomination process is complete, product delivery is then scheduled for Tuesday, February 8, 2022, when product evaluation will begin in the test kitchens located at Harper Adams University. All participants will receive all details in advance to facilitate delivery of the product.

In addition to product categories, full voting details can be found at

The 2022 Awards Ceremony, where winners and runners-up are revealed, will take place at the 5-star Royal Lancaster Hotel in London on Wednesday 25 May.

The prestigious and popular event will offer meat and food industry professionals the chance to celebrate the best of the industry and also network during the evening’s black tie ceremony and dinner.

FMT Food Awards 2022 partners:

The date of the event is subject to current government decisions on public gatherings and therefore the organizers reserve the right to make appropriate changes, if necessary, affecting the date or venue at their sole discretion.

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