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Monday, September 2, 2019

And the winners are…

It’s been a nail-biting wait for the hundreds of food and drink businesses that entered the Future Food Awards 2019, but now the category winners have finally been announced.

The judges had a really tough (but highly enjoyable and tasty) time working their way through entries from nearly 400 incredible British producers. Devised by The FoodTalk Show and Speciality Food magazine, in partnership with Bread & Jam Festival, the awards attracted the very best and brightest on today’s foodie scene in the UK.

So, who was voted cream of the crop? Read on to find out – these victors will go forward to the grand final at the Bread & Jam Festival in London on 3 October, where they’ll pitch to a panel of industry experts for the chance to be crowned Supreme Champion. Book your tickets here.

Farm to Fork Category Winner 
Dorset Snails
These juicy, oven-ready beauties really brought the judges out of their shells.

Drink Innovation Category Winner
Luhv Drinks
You can make healthier decisions with these scientifically targeted drinks and smoothies.

Wild Card Category Winner
Nourish3d
Space age tech comes to snacks with personalised 3D printing.

Food Tech Innovation Category Winner
Vita Mojo
Meet the future of customised food with this amazing food service system.

Food Packaging Category Winner
Little Freddie
No baby steps for this company when it comes to recycling infant food packaging; this closed loop process seriously impressed the judges.

Food Innovation Category
Bee Approved (Veganista)
Sweet news for vegans with this exceptional product that looks, smells and tastes just like honey.

Young Producer Category Winner
Nature’s Nectar
This plant-based chocolate pudding was a real treat for the panel.

Mission Driven Category Winner
Weed & Wonderful (Dr. Seaweed)
This company is really making a splash with its seaweed capsules and infused oils.

Newcomer Category Winner
Binary Botanical
Raise your glasses to a new type of beer that uses infusion from hop leaves to add a prosecco-like flavour.

You can find the lowdown on all the finalists and category winners here.

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