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Top award for food centre researcher

Kate Woods, who works at Chipping Campden based food science and technology company

Campden BRI, has won a national prize.

She received the Customer Focus Award at the 2017 Baking Industry Awards from presenter Denise Van Outen at a ceremony in London.

Kate works with clients on new product development, research and test baking.

She won the award for her work on the potential health benefits of nutritionally enriched flour in baked products. Kate worked with a client to develop a water biscuit that was used in a medical study.

She said: "I am extremely proud to have won the Customer Focus Award. It has highlighted the amazing work of the Baking and Cereal Processing department at Campden BRI, providing well deserved recognition for the entire team."

Campden BRI provides technical, legislative and scientific support and research to the food and drinks industry worldwide - with a comprehensive "farm to fork" range of services covering agri-food production, analysis and testing, processing and manufacturing, safety, training and technical information services.

Pictured: Left to right: Ivor McKane, channel director at CSM, Kate Woods, Campden BRI and Denise van Outen.

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