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Frylight Wins IGD Awards For Health and Wellness

Frylight Wins IGD Awards For Health and Wellness
October 21
11:48 2016

FRYLIGHT®, the one calorie cooking spray, produced by MH Foods a wholly owned subsidiary of Dairy Crest, has triumphed at the prestigious Institute of Grocery Distribution (IGD) Awards 2016. Frylight took home the Health and Wellness Award. The UK’s original one calorie cooking spray, Frylight® was commended for its simplicity, effectiveness and innovation in delivering healthier cooking options for UK consumers.  

Liz Read, company nutritionist at Nestlé who sponsored the award, says: “MH Foods has really gone above and beyond. Not only are the spray oils straightforward, simple and easy to use, but they deliver a clear nutritional benefit, as well as offering a fantastic range of different flavours.”

Paul Fraser, Managing Director of MH Foods, adds: “We are thrilled to win this award – it’s fantastic to see our commitment to healthier cooking recognised by the food industry. Our plans for 2017 will see us take our healthier eating philosophy to a bigger than ever audience, as we work towards helping UK consumers cut billions of calories from their diets and live healthier as a result.”

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