New York, NY—Plant Based World (PBW) Conference & Expo and FoodBev Media announced that TheWorld Plant-BasedAwards will be presented during the opening day of the Expo, scheduled to take place at the Javits Center in New York from October 2-3, 2020. The awards will recognize and celebrate innovation and excellence across theplant-basedfood and drink industry, with industry experts judging the winners in 15 categories.
"Having these prestigious awards presented at Plant Based World is a wonderful way to recognize the best plant-based products, and we encourage everyone in the industry to take the opportunity to enter their product or service for consideration," Chris Nemchek, General Manager, JD Events, producers of the event, said in a press release.
Laura Nettle, Awards Marketing Executive, FoodBev Media, added, "Newcomer brands or businesses that clearly communicate their benefits—from nutrition, health and functionality, to fun or simple refreshment and have delivered a unique proposition either through innovative ingredients or packaging, environmental sustainability, clean label or ethical behavior—should certainly apply."
All entries must be received before close of business Friday, July 24, 2020. Accoding to the release, judges are interested in products that have been launched/created/rebranded within the last year in the following plant-based categories:
  • milk alternative
  • dairy product alternative
  • meat alternative
  • plant-based beverage
  • condiment
  • dessert/confectionery
  • functional product
  • seafood
  • snack
  • protein
  • packaging
  • sustainability
  • start-up
  • business
  • non-food product.
For entry details and deadlines, gohere or email
Registration is now open for the 2nd Annual Plant Based World Conference & Expo, which is expected to more than 250 plant-based vendors to the exhibit hall and offer educational sessions in three different forums focused on business, healthcare, and community, as well as extensive networking opportunities.
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