NACC’s 2020 Awards is going online for 2020.

The National Association of Care Catering (NACC) has unveiled the line-up of those shortlisted for its NACC Awards. As premier partners of the NACC, Anglia Crown wishes all the finalist the very best of luck for the awards.

From care homes to community services, the accolades recognise individuals and teams who have really excelled in their field within care catering. They each would have demonstrated innovation, dedication and excellence across the industry.

The finalists are as follows:

Care Establishment of the Year Award, sponsored by Hobart
● Murrayside, Care UK
● Pear Tree Court, Care UK
● Nynehead Court

Meals on Wheels Award, sponsored by apetito
● County Enterprise Foods, Nottinghamshire County Council
● MyChef Meals on Wheels
● Hertfordshire Independent Living Service

Catering Team of the Year Award, sponsored by Brakes
● Mill House Care Home
● County Enterprise Foods, Nottinghamshire County Council
● Meallmore Ltd

Catering Manager of the Year Award, sponsored by Unilever Food Solutions
● James Clear, Hotel Services Manager, Care UK
● Anne Dudley, Catering Support Manager, Hampshire County Council
● Adam Elvidge, Catering Manager, United Health Group Ltd

Our Care Catering Hero Award, sponsored by Premier Foods
● Anita Foster, Head Chef, St Georges Care Centre
● Sam Armstrong, Head Chef, Heffle Court Care Home
● Peter Hall, Head of Kitchen, Cranleigh Paddock Care Home

The winners of the Pam Rhodes Outstanding Achievement Award, sponsored by Robot-Coupe, The Triumph Over Adversity Award, sponsored by CaterCloud and the National Chair’s Award will also be announced at the virtual awards event, along with the winning region in the NACC Region of the Year Award category, sponsored by Meiko.

The NACC Awards virtual event will take place on Thursday 8th October @4pm and will be attended by industry colleagues, NACC members, partners, friends and special guests.

Sue Cawthray, national chair of the NACC, said: “As with events across the foodservice and hospitality industry, the pandemic has stopped us from holding our annual gala awards dinner, but there’s simply no way we’re going to let the opportunity to celebrate our wonderful sector pass us by. The virtual awards ceremony will be a wonderful occasion for us to share with colleagues and friends as we honour the exceptional contribution of care caterers in this extraordinary year.”