FDF Awards 2016 Winners

The food and drink community celebrated success on 22 September 2016 as the winners of the Food and Drink Federation Awards were announced.

Award Winners

Apprentice of the Year - sponsored by Aktrion Group

Omar Woodburn, Mondelez International

Campaign of the Year

The Bisto 'Spare Chair Sunday' campaign

Community Champion

Peter O'Reilly, General Mills

Community Partner – joint award

KP Snacks


Education Initiative - sponsored by General Mills


Environmental Leadership


Exporter of the Year - sponsored by Santander

Joe & Seph's

Food and Drink Scientist of the Year

Gordon Wiseman of Premier Foods Plc.

Food and Drink Engineer of the Year - sponsored by Sheffield Hallam University

John Walker, PepsiCo UK & Ireland

Good Employer - sponsored by apetito

Frank Roberts & Sons

Health and Wellbeing - sponsored by Nestlé UK Ltd

Little Dish


Taywell Ice Creams

Product Reformulation

Premier Foods – Homepride range

Rising Star - sponsored by PepsiCo UK & Ireland

Samuel Benjamin, Addo Food Group

Regional Growth Business – Central England and Wales

Sleaford Quality Foods

Regional Growth Business – South East England

The Bread Factory

Regional Growth Business – South West England

Clipper Teas

Regional Growth Business – Northern England and overall winner

Karro Food Group

Regional Growth Business – Scotland and Northern Ireland

Macsween of Edinburgh

Unique Contribution

Martin Douglas OBE

Last reviewed: 21 Sep 2016