2023 was another challenging year for the food and drink supply chain. Supply chain issues, high food inflation figures, labour shortages, cyber-attacks, and ongoing EU transition issues, to name but a few of what businesses have faced. This category recognises companies that weathered considerable storms during 2023.
Tell us how your business has coped with a challenging situation during the year. It may have been your plan to manage growth in challenging times, employee retention strategy, a loss of a key market or maybe a technical project that didn't go entirely to plan! Show us how your organisation has worked through the difficulties to emerge stronger.
The judges will be looking at the magnitude of the issue relative to the company's scale.
Business Resilience 2023
35 years ago, Proper Cornish started hand-crafting exceptional authentic Cornish pasties using quality local ingredients.
Business Resilience 2022 - Fresh Pastures
Fresh Pastures has experienced transformational change – evolving from a traditional milk processing plant into a chilled distribution business.
Business Resilience 2021 - Kanes Foods Limited
Kanes Foods had successfully delivered a turnaround programme in 2020, arresting cash losses of £1m a month in 2018/19 to post a modest cash profit in YE March 2020.