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The Hive Awards are now live and taking entries. Our sister title, Food & Drink Business, has launched its inaugural industry excellence awards and is inviting brand owners and packaging converters to enter innovations.

The ANZ region has built a reputation for innovation on the global stage, with many packaging suppliers and manufacturers being recognised with WorldStar awards in recent years. 

Food & Drink Business has launched the inaugural, The Hive Awards, recognising excellence in food and beverage manufacturing.
Food & Drink Business has launched the inaugural, The Hive Awards, recognising excellence in food and beverage manufacturing.

Packaging plays a vital role for food and drinks, from contamination protection, extending shelf life, driving sustainability goals and a circular economy to creating an identity for a particular product or brand.

The Hive Best Packaging Award category will recognise the best innovation and/or application of packaging for food and/or beverage products.

“In developing the awards, we wanted the name to reflect the complexity, inter-connectedness, ambition, and tirelessness of Australia’s food and drink manufacturing sector. We couldn’t go past the concept of bees and their hive, a flawless system that runs 24/7, driven by a dedicated and determined workforce to consistently deliver a product to the highest standard. And so, the Hive Awards were born,” said Kim Berry, editor of Food & Drink Business.

If your company wants to showcase its capabilities and success in a packaging advancement or project, and raise your profile in Australia’s largest manufacturing sector, then:   

Click here to enter

Entries close on 23 February.  For all you need to know, click here.

 

Food & Drink Business

A new $12.2 million food and beverage manufacturing centre in Western Australia will be open to all food and beverage businesses that are looking for low-risk environment to scale up production.

The Hive Awards are underway and we’re on the lookout for the best in the business of food and beverage manufacturing. Here’s five good reasons for you to enter. Entries close 23 February.  

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