The Food and Drink Federation publishes shortlist for the FDF Awards 2020
The FDF has announced the shortlist for the Food and Drink Federation Awards 2020, which takes place virtually on Wednesday 3 February 2021.
The UK food and drink industry is operating in an increasingly global context and to stay competitive it must be constantly innovating. The FDF provides a hub where innovative ideas can come alive. Whether the driver is health and wellness, sustainability or something else, the FDF can be central to your ambitions.
Automation is likely to be a key development in food manufacturing as part of the need to increase efficiency and productivity.
The FDF maintains close ties to funding bodies, as well as researchers and businesses with specialist knowledge in various innovation areas.
As the UK embraces Net Zero Carbon targets, low carbon technology will be an important area for development.
Topics of shared interest to the food and drink sector that underpin progress towards key societal issues can be supported by pre-competitive research which we aim to identify with FDF members.
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05 May 2020
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