Wimbledon based company Anderson Food Hygiene is celebrating again as they picked up not one but two awards at the prestigious SOFHT 8th Annual Award Ceremony, which took place on the 22nd November 2012 at the Savoy Hotel, London.
Judged by a panel of food industry professionals, Anderson Food Hygiene won:
Company of the Year in the UK 2012 (2nd year running)
Training Company of the Year 2012 (won in 2010)
Up against some of the largest food hygiene and health and safety training companies in the UK, Anderson Food Hygiene - based in Wimbledon and run by recognised local entrepreneur Sylvia Anderson - is the first company in the society’s history to win three years in a row.
Sylvia demonstrated how thrilled she was to be recognised by holding her award high and saying “I am very proud and delighted to win two awards, which demonstrates clearly how we are leading and defining training provisions for the food industry, and challenging our competitors to work harder to deliver excellence in this aggressive marketplace”
Anderson Food Hygiene is focussed on maintaining the quality of service and training that it has an enviable reputation for, and what is clear is the message that Sylvia delivered as she went on to say “Our thanks must go to our clients as without them and our joint approach and professional relationships, we simply would not be where we are today. We will all continue to stand side by side to ensure that hygiene and safety are at the forefront of our core business, which is serving the Great British public, with great food, in great places”.
A little information about Anderson Food Hygiene
Founded in 2003, Anderson Food Hygiene delivers training programmes for many prestigious establishments including, Waitrose, Caprice Holdings (The Ivy), Rex Restaurants (The Wolseley, The Delaunay, Zedel), Claridges, Wholefoods Fresh & Wild, Barfoots of Botley. They also work with South Thames College and Tower Projects to provide a range of training programmes supporting government community initiatives most notably learning disabled, physically disabled, autistic, deaf/hearing/blind impaired or those with language barriers to re-enter the labour market.
With over 25 years of experience in the food industry, Anderson Food Hygiene provides a one-stop-shop for all Food Hygiene and Health & Safety training.
Sylvia herself was also a finalist in the award category for best trainer. Her dedication to providing the highest standards of food hygiene training permeates the company ethos which is demonstrated by a 98% pass rate from all trainees over the last 3 years.
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