2017 winner Feed the Lion finalist of The Halal Awards 2019Advertisement Advertisement
Following the success of decade-long Curry Awards and Asian Business Awards, this is the second such Halal awards with finalists having been “shortlisted based on public nominations”.
This year’s event will be focusing on suppliers, retailers, wholesalers, bloggers, restaurants & takeaways and caterers.
Feed the Lion co-founder, Hamza Bajwa, said: “We’re absolutely delighted and humbled that all the hard work we put in day in, day out in championing the Halal food industry, both here in the UK and across the world, is being recognised. Reaching the finals again means so much to all of us here, and we wish to thank those who nominated us.
“Yet, no matter who wins the ‘Halal Food Blog of the Year’ award this time around, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all the Halal food bloggers for their personal commitment and dedication.”
No matter who wins the ‘Halal Food Blog of the Year’ award this time around, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all the Halal food bloggers for their commitment and dedication – FtLion Editor
With the UK’s growing halal industry being dynamic and constantly evolving, the “ceremony will award the individuals revolutionising halal markets across the country”.
Organised by leading ethnic awards company Oceanic Consulting, the The Halal Awards 2019 will be held at The British Muslim Heritage Centre in Manchester on Monday 19th September.
CEO Irfan Younis said: “We are delighted to host the Halal Awards 2019. The Awards will celebrate the growing Halal industry and the individuals working their hardest to sustain its progress. We wish all the finalists the best of luck and look forward to celebrating with them on the night.”
Oceanic Consulting hosts annual award ceremonies throughout the year including the Curry Awards, Asian Food and British Muslim Awards.