Emma McLeod, Bournville-based RDQ researcher has won the Food and Drink Federation’s Engineer of the Year award for 2020.

Mondelēz International mentioned Emma had proved herself to be an unbelievable technical ambassador for the United Kingdom foods and drinks business and had proven this thru her valued management in the United Kingdom’s meals engineering schedule, particularly relating to digitisation.

At Mondelēz, her aggregate of worldwide technical management and dedication to serving to careers develop has observed her develop into an inspirational technical function fashion for colleagues, particularly for ladies running in STEM around the corporate.

Emma commented on her win: “I am honoured to win the Food and Drink Federation’s Engineer of the Year award and I am extremely proud to be recognised for my technical work in the industry. Thank you to the Food and Drink Federation for this award and to everyone who has inspired me and supported me over the years.”

Dr Roger Angold, lead clinical guide at Reading Scientific Services (RSSL – a subsidiary of Mondelēz International) was once honoured for his carrier to the meals science business, with the Food and Drink Federation’s Lifetime Achievement 2020 award. Over the remaining 50 years, Dr Angold has created a meticulous legacy of analysis, environment out basic rules that proceed to tell key sides of meals product construction lately.

For the Food and Drink Federation 2020 awards, Mondelēz International was once shortlisted for the next:

Campaign of the Year: Mondelēz International – ‘Donate your words’

Food and Drink Engineer of the Year: Emma McLeod – Mondelēz International

Lifetime Achievement: Dr. Roger Angold – Reading Scientific Services Ltd (RSSL)