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Foodservice Organisations Urged to Enter Health and Vitality Honours

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Foodservice Organisations Urged to Enter Health and Vitality Honours

October 21
20:07 2013
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Restaurants, public sector organisations, contract caterers and food manufacturers are being urged to enter the 2014 Health and Vitality Honours.

 Aimed at highlighting best practice in healthy eating provision, the awards are pitched as the only industry scheme aimed at progressing the health and wellbeing agenda across the entire foodservice supply chain.

 Dr Susan Jebb, OBE, Chair of the Department of Health’s Responsibility Deal Food Network, will oversee the assessment of entries as principle judge.

In the face of obesity challenges and high instances of diet-related illness across the UK, the foodservice supply chain has an essential role to play, as

 According to Charles Miers, MD of award founders, Footprint Media Group: ‘The Health and Vitality Honours will recognise those who are sourcing and providing food in workplaces and restaurants, public sector establishments, manufacturers of healthy products and ingredients and those who are driving behavioural change’.

 The six categories include:

– Excellence in health and vitality communication and engagement

– Health and vitality sourcing

– Public sector health and vitality

– Corporate vitality

– Healthy hospitality and responsible manufacturing

 There will also be a separate special achievement category for individuals who have made a notable contribution to health and vitality in foodservice.

 

The awards are open for entries now until 9th November 2013.

Visit www.healthandvitalityhons.com

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