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Baby Quality Food Awards revealed

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The Quality Food Awards are excited to announce the launch of the Baby Quality Food Awards, which will celebrate the very best products available for babies from six months up to two years old, in partnership with Campden BRI. The ‘Baby Qs’ will tap into the growing trend for healthy and nutritious food and drink for babies by recognising, rewarding ...

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Interview: FBDC on board with Small Producer Quality Food Awards


As FBDC comes on board as a sponsor for the coveted Small Producer Quality Food Awards in partnership with the Co-op, we speak to its founder Susan Pieterse about its work. Can you tell us a bit about what services FBDC offers producers and retailers? I set the business up in 1997 after a career with M&S, which gave me a ...

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Quality Food Awards unveil new categories

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The Quality Food Awards have announced two brand new categories: Recipe Boxes and Subscription Boxes. The new categories will celebrate the best meals in the format of simple kits for super-busy households that call both for convenience and health. Recipe and subscription boxes have changed the online grocery market landscape and the Quality Food Awards – the UK’s most prestigious mark ...

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Foodservice Quality Food Awards appoint Jellybean as PR partner

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The Foodservice Quality Food Awards have unveiled Jellybean as their PR partner for their press and social media strategy. The highly prestigious accolades are joining forces with the leading food and drink integrated marketing agency as the closing deadline for product entries is fast approaching – on 15 June – with just over a month to go. Recognising excellence in ...

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Quality Food Awards appoints new editor

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Metropolis International has appointed Elena Dimama as the new editor of the Quality Food Awards brand, replacing Tania O’Donnell, who stepped down after a year and a half in the role. Dimama is joining the awards with the vision to further strengthen its online presence, creating even more editorial content and enhancing outreach to both businesses and consumers. “The Quality ...

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Reflex Labels help Yossi as part of Small Producer Award benefits


Last week Regen Creative, which is part of the Reflex Labels group, did a session with the founder of Yossi Foods and a representative from Co-op to aid the process of his listing in the multiple We all know the importance of packaging, whether it be from a sustainability point of view or in how it attracts a customer’s attention. ...

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Philippa Carr MW on chairing wine judging at the Quality Drink Awards


Her description of judging is one that we at the Quality Food and Drink Awards recognise as being so core to our own beliefs that we’ve adopted it as our slogan this year;  Philippa Carr, Master of Wine, talks to Quality Drinks Awards about respectful rigour, chairing the panel of wine judges and the changes to the competition in 2018 How ...

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Come and work with us! Quality Food Awards seeks marketing executive


The Quality Food and Drink Awards have enjoyed significant growth in recent years and now we’re expanding our team to help us meet our ambitious plans for the future… We are looking to appoint an experienced marketing executive to help continue to drive our growth and join us in the next exciting phase of our journey. The Quality Food Awards ...

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What we did in 2017…

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Despite a precarious and unpredictable business climate, Tania O’Donnell recalls in a year of photos how the Quality Food Awards still managed to meet our aim of championing and celebrating the best of British and Irish food and drink Many of the images below appear on our new Instagram feed so do follow us on there for another bumper year of ...

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Volunteer for Working Options in Education

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The Quality Food Awards Raffle this year was to raise money for Working Options in Education, a careers programme in England and Wales for 16-19 year olds The raffle raised £3306 toward the charity’s aim of engaging, inspiring and motivating state educated sixth form students to realise their full potential and consider employment opportunities in the food, drink and retail ...

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