Entries for the inaugural awards are welcome across twelve categories, and we will host a celebration and announce the winners at our inaugural event in July.
You’ve got to be in it to win it!
Entries for the 12 prestigious awards are open now – with categories to celebrate ingredient and finished product success in addition to highly competitive categories for nutrition research, personalized nutrition, and start-ups.
The closing date for awards entries is Monday May 28, 2018. Entering the awards is a great way to showcase your hard work and achievements and communicate this within your business and externally to the trade.
“We’ve assembled an impressive group of judges who will bring their extensive experience and impeccable judgement to bear on the entries,” said Stephen Daniells, PhD, Editor-in-Chief North & South America for William Reed, publisher of NutraIngredients-USA. To meet our judges, please click HERE.
This is your chance to stand out as a leader in your market segment and highlight your success and innovation to the rest of the industry in the following areas:
Ingredient of the Year: Sports Nutrition
Ingredient of the Year: Infant Nutrition
Ingredient of the Year: Healthy Aging
Ingredient of the Year: Weight Management
Probiotic Product of the Year
Botanical Product of the Year
Omega-3 Product of the Year
Personalized Nutrition Initiative
Nutrition Research Project
Editors Award for Industry Initiative of the Year
“The range of categories provides dietary supplement ingredient and brands, and the wider nutrition industry with multiple opportunities to showcase their unique talents and successes,” said Daniells.
“From finished product manufacturers to ingredients suppliers, start-ups, universities and contract research organizations – and even individuals who have contributed hugely to the industry – there is a chance for all to get the recognition they deserve.”
“I am also excited that we will launch our own Editors Award category, which in 2018 will highlight the great industry-led initiatives that will ultimately boost consumer trust and confidence in dietary supplement products,” he added.