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Jack Nichols Trophy winner announced

15 December 2006
Jack Nichols Trophy winner announced

Lindsey Ann Cox from Sheffield Hallam University has won the Foodservice Consultants Society International (FCSI) Jack Nichols Trophy.

The final-year student achieved the highest overall marks in her hospitality-related project to bag the prize.

The trophy was presented to Cox who studied a BSc in hospitality business management with culinary arts, in memory of the founder of the professional association for catering consultants in the UK.

The association, originally known as the Society of Catering and Hotel Management Consultants, merged with the FCSI in 1995.

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