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Shout about your people, products and business as the esteemed Baking Industry Awards 2022 are now open for entry.

The awards, due to take place at the Royal Lancaster in London on Thursday 20 October 2022, celebrate the best the industry has to offer.

There are 15 categories to choose from this year including Baker of the Year, Craft Bakery Business Award, New Bakery Product of the Year and Sustainability Initiative of the Year.

What’s more, British Baker has added Online Bakery Business of the Year to the line-up meaning businesses have even more opportunities to shine.

“We’re thrilled to be accepting entries for the Baking Industry Awards 2022,” said British Baker editor Amy North. “They highlight exemplary businesses, innovative products and the people who go above and beyond to make the industry a wonderful place to be.”

Businesses and individuals lucky enough to secure a trophy reap many benefits including fantastic regional and national publicity, recognition from their peers and a massive morale boost for staff.

“The Baking Industry Awards stage is THE place to be recognised, showcasing your hard work and success to many of the biggest names in the industry. You’ve got to be in it to win it, so make sure you enter. With 15 categories to choose from, there’s something for everybody.”

This year’s event will begin with a drinks reception followed by a three-course dinner, then the awards ceremony which will be hosted by a celebrity presenter.

Enter now! Here’s how:

Baking Industry Awards 2021 Outstanding winner

Délifrance global commercial director Darren Blake with 2021 ‘Outstanding’ winner Neil Woods and Craig Revel Horwood

To find out more about the categories, and to enter the awards, visit our dedicated website. Once there, simply select the category you’d like to enter and follow the instructions.

The deadline for entries is Monday 9 May. The finalists will be revealed in August with the winners announced at the black-tie ceremony on Thursday 20 October at the Royal Lancaster in London.