Whitley Bay-based Seaweed & Co are delighted after being selected as winners of the ‘Mission Driven’ category in the Future Food Awards.
The company harvest wild Scottish seaweed using patent pending technology that protects the environment and allows mass collection of this nutritionally dense super food. The team have developed seaweed capsules as a health supplement and infused oils for the home.
They are one of nine businesses to have been selected to go through to the final of the Bread & Jam Festival on October 3 at The Institute of Directors in London’s Pall Mall. There they will be bidding to be crowned Supreme Champion.
The co-founders of the Future Food Awards met at the FoodTalk offices in Ashford, Kent, to judge the shortlisted finalists in each of the nine categories. After much deliberation, due to the high standard of entries, the judges – Speciality Food magazine editor Holly Shackleton, FoodTalk founder Sue Nelson and Bread & Jam founder Jason Gibb – unveiled the finalists and winners in each category.
Here is a link to the finalists in each category: https://www.specialityfoodmagazine.com/news
"The food industry is a hugely exciting place to be right now. It's about time the brands revolutionising food and drink got their time in the spotlight."
Holly Shackleton, Editor of Speciality Food
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