Organisers behind the Food Management Today Industry Awards have issued a final call for product nominations, with the deadline just under a week away on the 2nd November.

There are total of nine categories available:

Most Innovative Packaging Development

Best Frozen Product

Best Bakery Product

Best Seafood Product

Best Red Meat Product

Best Poultry Product

Best Dairy Product

Best ‘Free From’ Product

Best New Product Development

Charlie Atkinson of Food Management Today said: “With the deadline for product nominations just under a week away, entering couldn’t be easier. Simply head online and complete the form, it takes less than five minutes.

“Once all the products are in, a specialist team of judges will assess each and every entry at the Regional Food Academy at Harper Adams University, subject to Covid regulations. Having your product come out on top in this truly prestigious initiative will offer your business a great array of benefits, so nominating your product today is a must!”

Editor of Food Management Today, Pam Brook, added: “Particularly in circumstances as challenging as these, the FMT Awards are a great way of acknowledging the amazing innovation and creativity of this industry. I would urge manufacturers, retailers, wholesalers and caterers to nominate their products today before the 2nd November deadline.”

Voting is also open until the 2nd November. Find out more information here.

Full details of all categories and nominations can be found at If you are interested in participating as a partner or a sponsor, contact Michelle Ingerfield:

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A special thanks to our Awards partners:

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Participation in these awards are subject to our terms and conditions and the organisers reserve the right to make appropriate changes if required affecting the date of the ceremony or internet transmission and the nature and style of presentations at their absolute discretion.