West Midlands Vegan Festival award results 2011

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The Vegan Society Awards were presented at the West Midlands Vegan Festival on Saturday 29 October 2011. 

We were overwhelmed by thousands of nominations - it just goes to show that leaps and bounds being made by vegan companies, services and products. Read on to find out the winners:

Best Vegan Society Trademarked Food Product  
Gelati Giuseppe ice cream

Best Vegan Society Trademarked Drink
Provamel Soya Milk

Best Trademarked Non-food Product (including cosmetics, toiletries, shoes, clothing, household products, services)
MuLondon skincare

Vegan Achievement Award (for an outstanding contribution to veganism by an individual or organisation)
Tim Barford of Yaoh for Vegfest

Best Non-trademarked Vegan Product
Linda McCartney Vegetarian sausages from Hain Celestial Ltd

Best Vegan-friendly Commercial Caterer (including restaurants, pubs, cafes, hotels, contract or event caterers)
Aloka raw and vegan restaurant and wellbeing centre

Best Retailer of Vegan Products
The Buddha Beauty Company

Best Vegan Catering in Education (including schools, universities, colleges and youth clubs)
King Solomon Academy

Graeme Wakelin, the Catering Manager, cooks a vegan meal for everyone at the school at least once a week.  The rest of the time there is always a vegan option available such as pizza, shepherd's pie, yoghurt, sorbet and banoffee pie.

Best Vegan Catering in the Care Sector
(including hospitals, care homes, meals on wheels providers and lunch clubs)
The Pilgrim Hospital in Boston, Lincolnshire

Options on their menu of clearly marked vegan choices include curries, crumbles, pastries and cutlets. 
Hamper Winner
Simon Jones won the £100 hamper of vegan goodies in The Vegan Society Awards 2011 prize draw for nominators.

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