Well and Good Winners at FIA Foodservice Awards 2015
Gluten Free Bread Award Winners

Managing Director, Sam Barak receives FIA Award.

Recently the FIA Foodservice Awards took place in Melbourne; an event that recognises integrity, commitment, service and excellence in the Australian foodservice industry.

We had a fantastic night at the awards that showcased some amazing talent and recognised several veterans of the foodservice industry including Bernd Uber (Culinary Teacher and Chief Judge) and Salvatore Malatesta (St Ali and Sensory Lab).

The Well and Good team are really looking forward to next years event already!

Well and Good was proud to win the FIA Foodservice Awards – Foodservice Product of the Year for:

Products entered into the Foodservice Product of the Year categories were judged by a panel of industry leaders including a selection of buyers from a number of distributors, food science /nutritionists, chefs, end users and others as selected by John Day chief judge 2015.

Managing Director, Sam Barak was presented with the Award. We were thrilled to receive this prestigious award despite stiff competition from foodservice innovators such as Unilever and Kagome Aust.

Also in attendance was Technical Director, Mark Tunchon; National Sales Manager Foodservice, Steve Migliorini; Digital Marketing Specialist, Nate Teague.

FIA Foodservice Award Winners

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