The IGD Food Industry Awards. (News & Installations).
The Ian MacLaurin Award for supply chain excellence - Given to a company that has made an impact on the supply chain. The judges look for sustainable initiatives that co-operation with trading partners.
The John Sainsbury 1990 Award for staff training & development - Given to a company that has shown commitment to staff training, and that can demonstrate how training has been developed to fulfil a need.
The Nestle Award for social commitment - Given to a company that can demonstrate commitment to society through a local or regional initiative.
The Tetra Pak packaging design award - Has your company improved packaging design to benefit the consumer. It could be through a brand or own-label design, new or re-design or modification.
The Tate & Lyle young managers' business challenge - Young managers are invited to show innovative ideas and win [pounds sterling]2,000.
The Sir Alistair Grant Award for outstanding small business - Awarded to a small business that demonstrates excellence.
The Unilever Award - Given to a company that has used consumer insight and intimate understanding of its consumers to deliver a business solution.
The Food Industry Awards are open to any company, of any size, from anywhere in the food supply chain. The closing date is August 2nd and the winners will be announced at the Food Industry Awards ceremony on October 15th at the Royal Lancaster Hotel, London.
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