SMI’s meat competition winner is a cut above the rest

SMI’s meat competition winner is a cut above the rest

Up-and-coming food industry star Andrew Davies is the latest to benefit from Seymour Manufacturing International’s long-standing support of the Institute of Meat’s annual awards.

The competition, run jointly with the Worshipful Company of Butchers, rewards up and coming stars of the industry, as well as recognising some of the butchery world’s stalwarts.

Seymour Manufacturing International (SMI) has been supporting the competition for more than two decades, and proudly sponsored the category for Best Food Industry Skills Meat Student this year.

SMI managing director Brian Seymour was at the historic Tallow Chandlers Hall in London to see Andrew Davies of Ipswich pick up the trophy, and £250 prize.

Mr Seymour said: “Although we are not food producers, our thermal insulation products are used extensively in the food industry, and I’ve always been keen to support the Worshipful Company of Butchers, which does excellent work in administering the ever-important areas of meat training and education.

“It was a pleasure to meet and chat with our winner, Andrew, who is clearly a star in the making, with lots of creative ideas, drive and enthusiasm.”

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