Sustainable Food Awards kick off soon

The finalists for the inaugural Sustainable Food Awards have been announced by Ecovia Intelligence (formerly known as Organic Monitor).

Open to food and packaging companies, ingredient firms, industry associations and related organisations, the awards recognise operators who are helping build a sustainable food industry.

Finalists were selected by a jury consisting of professionals from the media, an international food company, an organic and natural food brand, and a packaging company.

View the full list of finalists per category below:

New sustainable product

  • Bogawantalawa Tea Estates uncompensated carbon neutral teas (Sri Lanka).
  • Chocolero energy drink (Belgium).
  • Coop Switzerland insect-based food products.
  • SeaMore I Sea Bacon meat substitute (the Netherlands).

Sustainable ingredient

  • Agrasys (Spain) with Tritordeum.
  • Aliet Green (Indonesia) with organic coconut sugar.
  • Dani Organic Foods (UK) with organic ginger.

Sustainable packaging

  • Coop Switzerland Multi-Bag, EOSTA Natural Branding (the Netherlands).
  • Sirane Earthpouch (UK).

Sustainability pioneer

  • Bogawantalawa Tea Estates (Sri Lanka).
  • Lotus Foods (USA).
  • Nature’s Path Foods (Canada).
  • Straus Family Creamery (USA).

Sustainability leadership

  • Aliet Green (Indonesia).
  • Nature’s Path Foods (Canada).
  • Palsgaard (Denmark).
  • Strauss Group (Israel).

The winner and runner-up in each category will be announced at the inaugural Sustainable Food Awards reception, taking place at the Mövenpick Hotel, Amsterdam City Centre on June 7, 2018, co-hosted alongside the Sustainable Foods Summit.

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