2015 World Food Innovation Awards announced at IFE

26 March 2015 by
2015 World Food Innovation Awards announced at IFE

The finalists and winners of the International Food and Drink event's 2015 World Food Innovation Awards held at (IFE) on Monday 23 March have been announced.

A panel of experts judged more than 340 entries from 30 countries across 16 areas in six categories, including: finished products, ingredients, packaging, brands, manufacturing and processing, sustainability and marketing.

Chris McCuin, event director for IFE said: "This is the first time IFE has hosted the World Food Innovation Awards. It has been a great experience and our visitors have particularly enjoyed being able to view some of the world's best and emerging food innovations here at the show."

The winners include:

Best convenience food innovation

Best snacking innovation
Jelly Squeeze - Caterers choice

Best new condiment or marinade
iASC Something Fishy Irish Shellfish Culinary Butter - iASC Irish Atlantic Seafood Company

Best new food concept
Mini nom nom's - Mini nom nom's

Best new food ingredient
Spice Drops - Holy Lama Naturals

Best brand extension or limited edition
Mondelez Oreo Sandwich - R&R Ice cream

Best free from product
Clive's Gluten Free pies - Buckfast Organic Bakery, Clive's Pies

Best environmental or CSR initiative Wyke Farms 100% Green - Wyke Farms

Best food manufacturing or processing innovation
Steam Infusion - OAL Group

For the full list of winners visit www.ife.co.uk/ifeawards

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