The British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF) has been crowned as the Best Trade Organisation at the prestigious Food Management Today Awards, beating strong competition from associations including the NFU and the Food & Drink Federation.
The awards ceremony, which brings food industry professionals together to celebrate the best of the sector, took place on Tuesday 6th June at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London.
The BFFF was delighted to win the Best Trade Organisation category, which recognised the federation for its work to maintain and promote high product and professional standards in the frozen food industry, engage with and challenge the government when necessary, and actively help its members to face issues as they arise.
Rupert Ashby, chief executive of the British Frozen Food Federation commented: “I am incredibly proud of the entire team at the BFFF for their hard work to make us the best trade organisation, which has rightly been recognised with this brilliant award. Since stating my role at the BFFF last year, I have been impressed to see the amount of work that is put in to supporting our members.
“Each and every one of our staff go above and beyond to ensure that our membership is properly supported with guidance, training, events and detailed information on all policy and information which has a bearing on the frozen food industry.”
In addition to the support offered to members by the federation, the BFFF hosts the annual British Frozen Food Awards as part of its activity to promote the frozen food industry. This year’s awards ceremony takes place on Thursday 15 June and is set to recognise the best new frozen products across retail and foodservice categories.
More information about the services of the BFFF, including information about forthcoming events and the British Frozen Food Awards, can be found here: https://bfff.co.uk/