The food industry has until the 2nd November to nominate their products and cast their votes for the Food Management Today Industry Awards.

For product nominations 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

The voting for the other categories is also open until the 2nd November:

Food Manufacturer of the Year

Best Ingredients Supplier

Best Machinery/Equipment Supplier

Best Trade Organisation

Best Training Initiative

Food Retailer of the Year

 Food Industry Champion Award

Editor of Food Management Today, Pam Brook, said: “With the deadline for nominations just under two weeks away, I would urge all our readers to nominate their products now and get casting their votes straightaway.

“Judging is planned for later in the year, subject to Covid regulations and guidance, and you can nominate as many products as you like before the deadline closes. Please also get voting in as many categories as you wish and sharing widely with colleagues helps spread the word. 

“There has never been a better time to acknowledge and support the work of our amazing food industry and the people who work in it and continue to feed the nation. These are challenging times for everyone so just a few clicks online to show your appreciation of others could help boost everyone’s spirits and business further down the line. Please do take the time and good luck to everyone!”

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:

A special thanks to our Awards partners:

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.