CocoMojo is shortlisted for the ‘Quality Food and Drink Awards’
CocoMojo from Lisburn has been shortlisted for the finals of the Quality Food and Drink Awards.
Following a huge wave of entries and with almost three weeks of rigorous judging, the Quality Food and Drink Awards is pleased to announce its greatly awaited shortlist for 2014 which includes CocoMojo!
A total of almost 350 shortlisted food and drink products, in 80 categories, are now in with a chance to win one of the food industries’ most prestigious accolades. Now in its 35th year, the Quality Food and Drink Awards ceremony will be held on 13th November at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London.
Producer CocoMojo, who make an innovative range of healthy and refreshing coconut drinks say they are delighted with the news:”We are absolutely thrilled to be shortlisted for the awards for the second year running” says Tricia McNeilly, Director “we are passionate about creating innovative drinks that not only taste delicious but also offer an array of health benefits and these awards have proved we are doing all the right things”
“Our judging panel is a vital component in reaffirming the validity and robustness of our results,” comments Helen Lyons, Organiser and Publisher of Metropolis Business Media. “The quality of the food and drink entries this year has been particularly impressive and I know after a fantastic two and a half weeks of judging, with our uniquely prestigious team of 123 food and drink experts, we are all extremely pleased with the final shortlist.”
“The awards night promises to bring the best of the UK’s food and drink produce and key industry influencers together in the spectacular setting of the Great Room at the renowned Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane. We would like to say congratulations to all of the shortlisted entries and best of luck for the ceremony in November.”
Top UK packaging manufacturer, Benson Group, continues its sponsorship of the Quality Food Awards for the third consecutive year, along with sponsors Alaska Seafood and Invest Northern Ireland.
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