Halal Awards 2019 Food Blog of the Year

Feed the Lion wins at The Halal Awards 2019

Halal Awards 2019 Food Blog of the YearFeed the Lion was among the winners announced at The Halal Awards in Manchester last night having again been named ‘Halal Food Blog of the Year’.

This is the second time in succession that the Halal food news website has won this award having first been nominated in 2017 during the event’s inaugural year.

Taking place at the British Muslim Heritage Centre, the second Halal Awards celebrated the suppliers, retailers, wholesalers, bloggers, restaurants, takeaways and caterers for their contribution to the success of the UK Halal industry.

Hosted by popular food vloggers Halal Hangouts, this year’s ceremony was sponsored by German Doner Kebab, MyLahore and Global Muslim Relief.

Feed the Lion co-founder, Hamza Bajwa, said: “On behalf of everyone here at Feed the Lion, I want to firstly give praise and thanks Allah, before thanking our readers and congratulating all the winners this evening.”

Organised by Oceanic Consulting, CEO Irfan Younis said: “Congratulations to all winners and finalists. The night produced some memorable moments and we’re delighted to have hosted such talented individuals. The Halal industry has moved from strength to strength in recent years and there’s no bigger reflection of its success than some of the stories we heard from winners last night. We’re excited to see how the campaign progresses over the year.”

The following is a list of all the winners at The Halal Awards 2019:

Halal Food Blog of the Year: Feed the Lion (London)

Halal Caterer of the Year: R&K Catering (Bolton)

Halal Product of the Year: Haloodies (Manchester)

Best Online Site: Mullacoonline (Dewsbury) 

Best Halal Street Food: Rukhsanas (London)

Halal Manufacturer of the Year: Regal Foods (Bradford)

Best in Confectionery: Sweetzone (Dundee)

Halal Brand of the Year: Najma Foods (London) 

Best Use of Halal: Morrisons (Bradford)

Halal Drink of the Year: Evoca Drinks (London)

Recognition Award: Medina Poultry (Halifax)

Halal Food Chain of the Year: Big Johns (Birmingham)

Best Use of Technology: Halal Dining Club (London)

Best European Halal Supplier: Adros (Poland)

Halal Food Entrepreneur of the Year: Tariq Halal Meats (Wembley)

Halal Wholesaler of the Year: Liberty Foods (Leicester)

Halal Takeaway of the Year

Scotland: Chilli Pepper (Perth)

North West: Arizona Joes (Bolton)

North East: Frandos Peri (Stockton on Tees)

Yorkshire: Red Chilli 2 (Wakefield)

East Midlands: Spice (Nottingham)

West Midlands: Caspian Pizza (Birmingham)

East of England: Masterchef Indian Takeaway (Luton)

London: Burgo (London)

Overall Winner: Spice (Nottingham)

Halal Restaurant of the Year

Scotland: Al Sultan (Glasgow)

North West: Kobeda King (Blackburn)

North East: Alsham Restaurant (Newcastle)

Yorkshire: Zouk (Bradford)

East Midlands: Kobe Sizzlers (Leicester)

West Midlands: Akrams Kashmir Restaurant (Birmingham)

East of England: Buffalo Grill (Luton)

South: Istanbul Grill (Reading)

London: Stax Diner (London)

Wales: Mirchi (Cardiff)

Overall Winner: Mirchi (Cardiff)

Halal Retailer of the Year

North: Manchester Superstore (Manchester)

Midlands: Raja Brothers Supermarket (Birmingham)

South: Bismi Cash & Carry (Milton Keynes)

London: Taj Stores (London)

Overall Winner: Manchester Superstore (Manchester)

Halal Butcher of the Year

Scotland: Maqbools (Edinburgh)

North West: Kashmir Watan (Preston)

North East: Newcastle Halal Superstore (Newcastle)

Yorkshire: Makkah International Food (York)

West Midlands: Pak Continental (Wolverhampton)

East of England: HMC Halal (Luton)

London: JR Halal Butchers (London)

South: Altaf Halal (Chatham)

Wales: Shop Right (Cardiff)

Overall Winner: Kashmir Watan (Preston)

Halal Abattoir of the Year

North: Gafoor Pure Halal Ltd (Preston)

South: Pak Mecca Meats (Birmingham)

Overall Winner: Gafoor Pure Halal Ltd (Preston)

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