British Sandwich Week: 22nd-28th May
Every year British Sandwich Week celebrates the humble sandwich in all its glory as well as the contribution that the sandwich industry makes to the economy. The British Sandwich & Food to Go Association is the trade body behind the celebratory week.
British Sandwich Week which takes place this year between 22nd-28th May is organised by The British Sandwich & Food to Go Association, the trade body established in 1990 to represent the interests of all those businesses involved with the food on the move industry.
Members range from supermarkets and food to go manufacturers to sandwich bars, cafes and the suppliers of ingredients and equipment for the industry. As well as representing the interests of members to Government, the Association sets industry standards and organises events such as British Sandwich Week and the annual British Sandwich & Food To Go Industry Awards, also known as the ‘Sammies’.
This year Hop PR is representing British Sandwich Week. Click the button below to go to our media hub where you can find everything needed to get involved in our celebratory week. For anything else or to arrange an interview contact our press office team at Becks@hoppr.co.uk or call 07951 605454.
Sandwich & Food To Go Designer Awards 2022
This year for the annual ‘Sammies’ awards, entrants competed over four categories which were judged on their creativity, design and technical ability.
Sandwich Designer of the Year 2022 and Danish Crown – Pre Cooked Bacon Category
You’re Bacon Miso Bananas
Catherine Fleetwood’s (Greencore) extraordinary sandwich demonstrated innovation, precision and skill, earning her the title of Sandwich & Food to Go Designer of the Year for 2022.
Royal Greenland – MSC Cooked and Peeled XL Cold Water Prawn Category
Sam Tebbatt’s (Melton Foods) sandwich was inspired by the Great British seaside and came with generous helping of nostalgia and chip shop scraps.
H. Smith – Steamed Cooked Whole Breast Fillet Category
The Oishii Sando
Susannah Montgomery (The Soho Sandwich Co) created this sandwich after the japanese word ‘Oishii’ meaning ‘delicious’ & ‘tasty’. The judges described this as incredibly moreish.
Mission Foods – Sage & Onion Tortilla Category
Making a Pig of Yourself
Gary McDowell (Deli Lites) created this delicious combination of pulled pork, vintage cheddar and bramley apple and chilli salsa. All of the judges agreed that Gary’s entry should take the prize.