Voting for the finalists for the Women in Meat Industry Awards 2020 is now live at the official website womeninmeatawards.com.
After receiving a great number of nominations, you can now register your vote for the 51 finalists which make up the following nine categories:
- Meat Businesswoman Award – Craft Butchery
- Meat Businesswoman Award – Foodservice
- Meat Businesswoman Award – Industry Supplier
- Meat Businesswoman Award – Manufacturing/Processing
- Meat Businesswoman Award – Retailing
- Meat Businesswoman Award – Trade Body
- Meat Businesswoman Award – Training and Education
- Meat Businesswoman Award – Wholesaling
- The Rising Star Award
The Meat Businesswoman of the Year Award will also be presented to one of the winners of the other categories (excluding the Rising Star category). A panel of respected industry judges will discuss all winners and select one overall winner who has made or is making an exceptional contribution to the UK meat industry.
The process for voting couldn’t be easier. click here to see the full list of finalists and vote for your choice by visiting womeninmeatawards.com/vote
“The Women In Meat Industry Awards is designed to recognise the vitally important contributions that women make to the meat sector, but voting is not for women only so please share this opportunity with as many colleagues as possible.”
Graham Yandell, publisher of Food Management Today’s sister publication Meat Management, which organises the initiative, said: “A massive thank you goes out to everyone who took the time to send in their nominations for these Awards.
“Despite the unique and challenging circumstances, we saw a great response for nominations with a swathe of entries coming in for truly remarkable and outstanding candidates. This initiative aims to recognise the immense and important role women play in this great industry, and we are looking forward to recognising and celebrating that later this year.”
Pam Brook, the editor of Food Management Today magazine, said: “The Women In Meat Industry Awards is designed to recognise the vitally important contributions that women make to the meat sector, but voting is not for women only so please share this opportunity with as many colleagues as possible. Voting will be open for the majority of August so now is the time to check out the finalists and make your choice.”
Full details of all ten categories and online voting can be found at www.womeninmeatawards.com