Click on the links below to get to the entry forms.

1. Cafes & teashops

2. Fish & Chip shops

3. Pubs and pub restaurants

4. Restaurants

5. Corporate hospitality and catering - venues and outside catering

6. Hotels and guest houses

7. Schools, colleges and universities

8. Foods manufactured for food service - email Cressida for an entry form.

Check here for categories & costs
Check here for entry criteria
• All entrants to the awards will get a full and FREE listing in the new restaurant directory Can I Eat There?

FreeFrom Eating Out Awards presentation – 18th November 2014 at Food Matters Live

For THE 2014 WINNERS click here

Presented by Antony Worrall Thompson on 18th November 2014
Click here for more on the presentation; click here for images of the presentation

The FreeFrom Eating Out Awards have been launched to raise awareness of the huge opportunities offered by 'freefrom' food within the food service sector, especially now that the new
allergen regulations
affecting food service have come into force.

The awards have their own Twitter account – FFEatingOutAwds – and their own Facebook page. Please follow and like both and, if you would care to tweet, please use #FFEOA15.

logologoThe 'FreeFrom Eating Out Awards are run by the same team as the hugely successful FreeFrom Food Awards (now in their ninth year) and the FreeFrom Skincare Awards (now in their fourth year).
All the awards use teams of independent judges to assess the entries – and round winners' logos are a widely recognised mark of excellence amongst allergic, coeliac and 'freefrom' consumers.

If you have any queries or would like to talk to us about the project,
please email Michelle or call on (44) 020 7722 2866.

Antony Worrall Thompson launches the FreeFrom Eating Out Awards concept
at the FDIN FreeFrom Summit in September 2013.

'The success of retail freefrom products illustrates how important FreeFrom
options are,
' says our patron, Antony Worrall Thompson.
'The FreeFrom Eating Out Awards are an exciting opportunity for this section of consumers. Notwithstanding, there is a lot of work to be done in food service, but these new awards will set a bar and encourage the pursuit of excellence across the industry. Great times ahead.'