Tryton Foods is victorious at the Food Manufacture Excellence Awards

By Sarah Britton

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Tryton Foods is victorious at the Food Manufacture Excellence Awards
Aunt Bessie’s Yorkshire Puddings maker Tryton Foods scooped the top prize in the Food Manufacture Excellence Awards last week, winning the frozen...

Aunt Bessie’s Yorkshire Puddings maker Tryton Foods scooped the top prize in the Food Manufacture​ Excellence Awards last week, winning the frozen foods category and the overall winner award.

Worldwide Fruit romped home in the ambient and general groceries category for its groundbreaking radio frequency identification (RFID) project with Marks & Spencer, while Hook Norton Brewery’s image overhaul and human resource development saw it walk away with the beverages award.

Memory Lane Cakes had two reasons to smile, winning both the bakery category and Diversity in Communication awards.

Greencore Chilled Sauces and Soups was the proud winner of the chilled ready meals & prepared foods category and Cumbrian Seafoods was rewarded for its outstanding contribution to the seafood sector.

Müller UK snapped up the best dairy award and received an additional award for achieving excellence in Productivity Through Skills.

The Best Newcomer Award went to Focused Nutrition, which was inspired by larger enterprises to strive for success.

The Glenmorangie Company took home the Judges’ Special Award for its innovative staff incentives programme and Hygrade Cooked Meats was given the Apprenticeships award for its support of engineering trainee Nicola Yarwood.