Metcash Supplier of the Year Award goes to…

Primo Foods has been awarded with Supplier of the Year at the 2019 Metcash Supplier of the Year Awards.

Held at The Star in Sydney on 5 March, the third annual Metcash Supplier of the Year Awards was hosted by comedian, TV panellist and radio host, Ed Kavalee.

Not only did the night celebrate the success and achievements of suppliers, but three key charities were supported at the event with a $100,000 donation each – Special Olympics, the McGrath Foundation and the Humpty Dumpty Foundation.

The major winners of the night were:

Supplier of the Year Award – Primo Foods

Foodservice Supplier of the Year Award – Simplot Australia

Private Label Supplier of the Year Award – Melbourne Chef

Produce Supplier of the Year Award – LaManna Premier

Bakery Supplier of the Year Award – George Weston Foods (TIP TOP)

Delicatessen Supplier of the Year Award – Primo Foods

Meat and Seafood Supplier of the Year Award – Australian Lamb Company

Perishable Supplier of the Year Award (under $50 million) – Primo Foods

Perishable Supplier of the Year Award (over $50 million) – Fonterra Australia

Food Supplier of the Year Award – JDE (Jacob Douwe Egberts)

Impulse Supplier of the Year (under $50 million) – Stuart Alexander & Co

Impulse Supplier of the Year (over $50 million) – Asahi Lifestyle Beverages

Non-food Supplier of the Year (under $20 million) – Nova Pharmaceuticals

Non-food Supplier of the (over $20 million) – Henkel Australia

Tobacco Supplier of the Year – Imperial Tobacco Australia

Product Innovation Supplier of the Year – Magnum Dairy Free – Unilever

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