When it comes to enjoying the finer things in live it’s difficult to think of an experience more indulgent than treating yourself to your favourite meal or snack, and for those working in the Food and Drink sector, ensuring that individuals have access to the best food products and services available is at the forefront of their efforts as they strive to make this possible.
The Food & Drink Awards has returned to commend those who go above and beyond for their customers and/or consumers to ensure that their appetites are catered for, especially in light of the recent COVID-19 outbreak which has seen many businesses in the food and drink industry face unprecedented challenges over the past few months.
"The Food & Drink Awards commend businesses who prove themselves to be innovators in one of the world’s most competitive industries by bringing fresh, exciting ideas forward, and celebrate the outstanding achievements made by those looking to solidify their reputation as industry leaders."
Over the past few years, the Food and Drink industry has seen the emergence of many food trends and developments as consumer demand becomes much more refined. Consequently, the need for new food products and services that can meet this demand is at an all-time high. The Food & Drink Awards will therefore also commend businesses who prove themselves to be innovators in one of the world’s most competitive industries by bringing fresh, exciting ideas forward, and celebrate the outstanding achievements made by those looking to solidify their reputation as industry leaders.
As always, participation in the Food & Drink Awards is open to all businesses operating within the sector including manufacturers, producers, retailers and suppliers as we strive to recognise those whose hard work extends beyond the kitchen!
Regardless of how large or small a business may be, all participants in the Food & Drink Awards are judged purely on merit; this approach enables us to ensure that only the most deserving are acknowledged.
The LUXLife team gather information independently from a variety of publicly accessible sources which are assessed alongside any material supplied by a nominating party or the nominee themselves. Final judgement is cast based on various criteria such as: business performance, longevity, business growth (either sustained or rapid) and any significant innovations or feedback.