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South Australian Food Industry Awards 2014

  1. 1. Playing the game – Who can enter? Entry is open to all South Australian businesses that produce or manufacture food in South Australia, with the head office of the business, including franchisees or at least 50% of production based in South Australia. Categories are divided into two sections, businesses with more than 15 full-time employees (>15 FTE’s) and businesses with less than or equal to 15 full-time employees (≤15FTE’s) (Restaurants, cafes, food service and wine and spirits businesses are not eligible to enter) THE STATE OF CHAMPIONSWednesday 21 May 2014 2014 South Australian Food Industry Awards Program Application www.safoodawards.com.au The 2014 South Australian Food Industry Awards Program recognises and celebrates individuals and businesses that are at the top of their game, and demonstrate outstanding vision, leadership and innovation. It provides the opportunity for these challenge-seekers and game-changers to raise the bar and inspire our dynamic food industry to greater achievement. Each year, the Awards program is elevated to a higher level through the calibre of entrants, the quality of the judges, and the dedication of the people who work in the food industry - the players, their teams and their coaches. This year we are showcasing the best of South Australia’s food industry with the winning edge - the State of Champions. State Champions: 2013 South Australia Food Industry Awards Program All Stars, back left: Phil Sims (Robern Menz), Peter Cox (Gelista Gelati) Angelo Kotses (Bickford’s Australia), Anthony Paech (Beerenberg Farms), Nick Femmia (SA Mushrooms), Denise Riches (Hindmarsh Valley Dairy), Angela Rohde (Rohde’s Free Range Eggs), Ray Borda (Macro Meats Gourmet Game), front left: Richie Roberts (AgriExchange), Kris Lloyd (Woodside Cheese Wrights), Michele Lally (Savannah Lamb), Chris Hummel (Wintulichs), Sharon Sutton (Kytons Bakery), Michael Horrocks (Lifestyle Bakery). Phil Sims from Robern Menz: 2013 South Australia Food Industry Awards Program Hall of Fame inductee, Leader and Consumer award winner. Rewarding high performance SAVE THE DATEGRAND FINAL GALA DINNER – Adelaide OVAL FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER 2014
  2. 2. 2 SAFOODAWARDS.COM.AU2014 SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOD INDUSTRY AWARDS PROGRAM THE STATE OF CHAMPIONS Key dates The Kick-Off Launch Event: Wednesday 21 May 2014 Applications Open: Wednesday 21 May 2014 Applications Close: Monday 14 July 2014 at 5.00pm Gala Dinner Tickets on Sale: Monday 21 July 2014 Judging (Written Applications): Monday 21 July – Monday 4 August 2014 Judging (Site Visits): Monday 18 August – Friday 15 September 2014 Quarter Final Announcement: Wednesday 15 October 2014 The Grand Final Gala Dinner: Friday 21 November 2014 Sponsors Lunch: Friday 5 December 2014 Contacts Program Director Chris Crago Marketing and Events Manager Food South Australia Inc Phone: 8303 9627 contact@safoodawards.com.au Independent Chair of Judging Brenton Leitch Learning and Productivity Phone: 0409 833 855 bleitch@landp.com.au www.safoodawards.com.au Follow us on Facebook & Twitter: Facebook: /safoodawards Twitter: @safoodawards Instagram: @FoodSouthAus Hashtag: #SAFoodAwards Hashtag: #ILoveSAFood Disclaimer Content has been compiled at the discretion of the South Australian Food Industry Awards Program organisers and is correct at the time of printing. PRINCIPAL HOSTED & SUPPORTED BY MAJOR SUPPORTING WINE OTHER BEVERAGES GRAPHIC DESIGN GUEST GIFTDIGITAL MEDIA SOFT DRINKS The South Australian Food Industry Awards Program is proudly hosted by Food South Australia Inc with the support of the Government of South Australia CATEGORIES TO AIM FOR UNIQUE & INDIVIDUAL AWARDS WINNING THE RACE WHY ENTER? 7 6 3 SPONSORS 2014 BEER
  3. 3. 3SAFOODAWARDS.COM.AU2014 SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOD INDUSTRY AWARDS PROGRAM THE STATE OF CHAMPIONS The Awards Program provides an opportunity to: • Increase your business profile • Showcase your success • Add value to your brand • Have information to develop your corporate profile and update your business plan • Be rewarded for your hard work and business excellence • Evaluate and benchmark your business against the best • Receive invitations to all South Australian Food Industry Awards Program events • Receive two hours of FREE professional advice or coaching with a Food SA Service Provider of your choice If you become a finalist you will also receive: • A confidential, independent feedback report about things you are doing well and things you could do better • A 12 month subscription to in-business Magazine • Invitations to all South Australian Food Industry Awards Program events • A complimentary ticket to the South Australian Food Industry Awards Program Gala Dinner • A framed finalist certificate at the South Australian Food Industry Awards Program Gala Dinner • Media coverage and promotion • Exclusive use of South Australian Food Industry Awards Program finalist logo If you become a winner you will also receive: • A 12 month subscription to in-business Magazine Gold Network • A framed winner certificate at the South Australian Food Industry Awards Program Gala Dinner • Exclusive use of South Australian Food Industry Awards Program winner logo Winning the race WHY ENTER? A message from the Premier Jay Weatherill F ood and wine is central to the South Australian way of life. We produce some of the finest premium products in the world from our clean water, air and soil. Our practices are sustainable, and our food is produced with care and passion. The State Government is committed to protecting, growing and sharing these qualities. By focusing on one of our strategic priorities, Premium Food and Wine from our Clean Environment, we intend to build on South Australia’s reputation for quality food and wine that is sustainably produced and processed at the highest standards. Our thriving food industry contributed $14.4 billion to the South Australian economy in 2012-13 and accounted for almost one in five of the State’s employed workforce. Ultimately, our goal is to further enhance the position and profile of South Australian premium food and wine both globally and locally. By working together, government and industry can ensure that the vital and dynamic South Australian food industry is at the forefront to buyers worldwide, particularly in markets in mainland China, Hong Kong and Japan. I encourage all businesses involved in in our State’s food industry to read this booklet and enter the 2014 South Australian Food Industry Awards Program. By doing so you will help ensure an even stronger connection between leading food business and consumers, and recognise outstanding achievements of one of South Australia’s most important industries.Enter online at www.safoodawards.com.au
  4. 4. 4 SAFOODAWARDS.COM.AU2014 SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOD INDUSTRY AWARDS PROGRAM THE STATE OF CHAMPIONS An independent application and judging process is in place for the South Australian Food Industry Awards Program to retain credibility, independence and quality of the process for the South Australian food industry, and Food SA will not be involved in the judging. Each Award category comprises an individual judging panel with two representatives appointed from industry and government and an independent chair is appointed for each panel. All judges are selected for their knowledge and experience and also for their willingness to commit their time to the South Australian Food Industry Awards Program. Written submissions and interviews are scored using a points system to ensure the highest quality, credibility and a fair outcome. All applications will be initially assessed based on the written component of their application. Applicants who are shortlisted will be judged on both the written submission (25% of total score) and interview/site visit (75% of total score). Judges are looking for financially sound businesses, demonstrating professionalism, passion and ongoing commitment to the State’s food industry. These businesses set the benchmark for South Australia. All applications received are treated as strictly confidential, and the selection of finalists and winners in each category by the judging panel is final. 1. After entering, all written applications will be assessed and scored by an independent judging panel to ensure each business meets the criteria. 2. Applicants may then be short listed and selected for a site visit by the judging panel, which gives entrants the opportunity to support the written application through an interview, tour of the premises and provision of supporting documentation. 3. Following the site visit, the judging panel will select finalists and a winner for each category, however the judging panel reserves the right to not award any finalists or winner in a given category. 4. Finalists will be announced at a special function to be held on Wednesday 17 October. 5. The South Australian Food Industry Awards Program winners will be announced at the Grand Final Gala Dinner to be held on Friday 21 November 2014 at Adelaide Oval. 6. Finalists will be presented on stage by the sponsor of the Award category and the winner announced. 7. Written independent, confidential feedback (dot-point) on your business will be provided to all finalists and winners upon conclusion of the South Australian Food Industry Awards Program. The Rules – Conditions of Entry The following terms and conditions apply to all entrants • Entry is open from Wednesday 21 May to 5.00pm Monday 14 July 2014 • No late applications will be accepted • Only on-line entries will be accepted though www.safoodawards.com.au • Applicants must meet all criteria as outlined under each award category • Winners from 2013 are excluded from entering the same award categories in 2014 • No more than three categories can be entered by any one business • Applicants who become shortlisted must agree to host the judging panel at an on-site tour and/or attend an interview and may be required to provide further documentation • Food SA reserves the right to use non-confidential details, photographs and video for publicity purposes pertaining to the South Australian Food Industry Awards Program • Contact details may be made available to naming right sponsors (condition of entry) • All applications are treated with the strictest confidence The Game Plan – Judging Process High Scores – The Independent Judging Panel Definitions FTE – Full time equivalent staff relates to those primarily involved in the production and manufacturing process of the business. Retail sales people are not included. HACCP – Hazard analysis and critical control points QMS – Quality management system EMS – Environment management system OH&S – Occupational health and safety
  5. 5. 5SAFOODAWARDS.COM.AU2014 SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOD INDUSTRY AWARDS PROGRAM THE STATE OF CHAMPIONS This special award is open to individual entry. It provides the opportunity for these game-changers to be acknowledged for leadership excellence. Bickford’s Australia Leader Award Aim: To recognise an individual within the South Australian food industry who has a commitment to excellence and who inspires and influences others. They will demonstrate evidence of leadership, creativity and achieving goals, leading to a shared vision within their own business and across the industry. Eligibility: An individual working in the South Australian food industry. Questions (500 words maximum) 1. Describe your current role and your recent and current professional and personal development. 2. Outline your significant career achievements to date. 3. Describe your contribution to the South Australian food industry. 4. Describe your future vision for yourself and the industry. Please provide the names and contact details of two referees. San Remo Hall of Fame Aim: To recognise an individual or business that has demonstrated ongoing high- level success in their designated profession and has made a significant and sustainable contribution to South Australia’s food industry. Eligibility: Hall of Fame is judged by a panel of industry experts and is not open to entry. Primary Industries and Regions South Australia Duncan MacGillivray Entrepreneur Award Aim: To recognise a passionate individual who has developed and driven a successful entrepreneurial idea for the food industry that encompasses the current award categories (innovation, export, new product, sustainability, primary producer or people skills development). Eligibility: Duncan MacGillivray Entrepreneur Award is judged by a panel of industry experts and is not open to entry. Primary Industries and Regions South Australia Regional Award Aim: To recognise a regional food company producing or manufacturing that has contributed to their regional community and sets a benchmark for excellence. Entry to this Award is through the Brand South Australia Regional Awards Food category, online at www. brandsouthaustralia.com.au/ programs-and-awards/regional- awards. Entries close Monday 5 July 2014. Each regional winner will automatically become a finalist in the South Australian Food Industry Awards, and judged via the site visit process with an overall state Primary Industries and Regions South Australia Regional Award winner selected. Brand South Australia Consumer Award Aim: To enable South Australian consumers to vote for their favourite South Australian food business, and to drive consumer recognition and engagement with South Australian brands. Consumers can vote for their favourite food business through the South Australian Food Industry Awards website www. safoodawards.com.au/consumer. Entry is limited to one vote per person. Entries close Friday 26 September 2014. UNIQUE & individual aWARDS These special awards are not directly open to entry. They are presented to individuals or businesses that are judged by a panel of industry experts or through the Regional Awards Program or by consumers.
  6. 6. 6 SAFOODAWARDS.COM.AU2014 SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOD INDUSTRY AWARDS PROGRAM THE STATE OF CHAMPIONS Business team size greater than 15FTE’s Business team size less than or equal to 15FTE’s CATEGORIES TO AIM FOR Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Society of South Australia Best Practise Award Department for Manufacturing, Innovation, Trade, Resources & Energy Export Award South Australian Research & Development Institute Innovation Award Foodland SA New Product Award Peats Soil and Garden Supplies Sustainability Award Thomas Foods International Primary Producer Award Department of Industry Industry Skills Development Award Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Society of South Australia Business Development Award Department for Manufacturing, Innovation, Trade, Resources & Energy Export Award South Australian Research & Development Institute Innovation Award Foodland SA New Product Award Peats Soil and Garden Supplies Sustainability Award Thomas Foods International Primary Producer Award Department of Industry Industry Skills Development Award
  7. 7. 7SAFOODAWARDS.COM.AU2014 SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOD INDUSTRY AWARDS PROGRAM THE STATE OF CHAMPIONS Step 1Complete the online registration form at www.safoodawards.com.au nominating the Award(s) you are entering. Step 2Answer PART A. You must complete this section (you may use dot points), and this automatically enters your business into the Best Practice Award or the Business Development Award. Step 3Answer PART B. You may select two categories including Export, Innovation, Sustainability, New Product, Skills Development and Primary Producer. Achieving the winning edge How do I enter? Any pursuit of excellence requires some effort and commitment, so there is some work for you to do, but if you follow these four simple steps, you will easily be ahead of the game. 2013 South Australian Food Industry Awards Program winners: San Remo Hall of Fame Inductee: Robern Menz Bickford’s Australia Leader Award Winner: Philip Sims of Robern Menz Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Society Best Practice Award Winner: Bickford’s Australia Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Society Business Development Award Winner: Gelista Premium Gelati SARDI Innovation Award Winner (≤ 15 FTE’s): Gelista Premium Gelati Winner (> 15 FTE’s): Lifestyle Bakery Foodland SA New Product Award Winner (≤ 15 FTE’s): Kytons Bakery Australia Winner (> 15 FTE’s): Lifestyle Bakery PIRSA Regional Award Winner: Hindmarsh Valley Dairy Peats Soil and Garden Supplies Sustainability Award Winner (≤ 15 FTE’s): Savannah Lamb Winner (> 15 FTE’s): Wintulichs Food and Beverage Development Fund Workforce Development Award Winner: AgriExchange DMITRE Export Award Winner: Macro Meats Gourmet Game Thomas Foods International Primary Producer Award Winner (≤ 15 FTE’s): Rohde’s Free Range Eggs Winner (> 15 FTE’s): SA Mushrooms Buy South Australian Consumer Award Winner: Robern Menz STEP 4 Submit your application by 5.00pm Monday 14 July 2014
  8. 8. 8 SAFOODAWARDS.COM.AU2014 SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOD INDUSTRY AWARDS PROGRAM THE STATE OF CHAMPIONS Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Society of South Australia Best Practice Award Aim: To recognise businesses demonstrating excellence in leadership, planning, customer focus, business improvement and finance, and setting a benchmark for industry. You may complete this section in dot points, so please provide a brief description of:- For Businesses with a team GREATER THAN 15FTE’sPART A – BUSINESS OVERVIEW 1. Background (200 words maximum) 1.1 A brief history, short outline and nature of your business including products, markets and number of full time equivalent employees. 1.2 Your Food Safety System including certification standard (third party or internal) and product recall processes. Also describe any other informal or formal management systems underpinning the business eg. QMS, EMS and/or OH&S. 2. Leadership (500 words maximum) 2.1 How leadership has defined the way forward and engaged the business stakeholders in the vision. 2.2 The culture within your business, outlining key business values and related day-to-day behaviours. 2.3 Your approach to developing relationships and/or linkages across the value chain. 3. Planning (500 words maximum) 3.1 Your approach to developing your business plan, ie your vision, strategies, goals, resource allocation etc. 3.2 Your key measures of success and relevant trends, ie growth, productivity, profitability etc. 3.3 How your strategies and plans have led your business achievements over the last 12 months. 4. Customer/Consumer Focus (500 words maximum) 4.1 Your approach to understanding your markets, customers and consumers. 4.2 Distinguishing features of your customer/consumer relationships. 4.3 Examples of success in getting your pricing, promotion, distribution and product/service mix right. 5. Business improvement (500 words maximum) 5.1 How your business maintains and improves its processes, products, services and people. 5.2 The systems in place to encourage and maintain a continuous improvement approach to all aspects of your business including safety and productivity. 5.3 Specific improvement projects completed over the last 12 months and the resulting impact to your business. 6. Finance Please provide a written statement indicating your financial stability from your accountant. Note that you will still be required to provide financial details during the interview process if nominated as a finalist.
  9. 9. 9SAFOODAWARDS.COM.AU2014 SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOD INDUSTRY AWARDS PROGRAM THE STATE OF CHAMPIONS PART B – CATEGORIES Department for Manufacturing, Innovation, Trade, Resources & Energy Export Award Aim: To recognise businesses that demonstrate innovation, planning and implementation skills leading to successful ongoing exports into international markets. Questions (500 words maximum per question) 1. Provide an overview of your current export markets and the approach that you have taken to access these markets. Please list your level of export sales revenue as a proportion of total sales revenue. 2. Describe the strategies that you have adopted to promote, enhance and sustain awareness of your brand in overseas markets. 3. Describe your competitive position in export and how you intend to maintain and improve upon this competitive positioning. South Australian Research & Development Institute Innovation Award Aim: To recognise innovation and adaptability in food businesses in areas such as technology, products, packaging, process, management and/or people. Questions (500 words maximum per question) 1. Describe the product, process and/or service innovation or adaptation in your business including research, development and implementation. 2. Describe how innovation or adaptation has provided your business with a competitive advantage. 3. Describe the impact of your innovation or adaptation in terms of the planet, people, productivity and/or profit. Foodland SA New Product Award Aim: To recognise businesses that demonstrate excellence in developing (or enhancing) and launching a product into the marketplace in the last 18 months. Questions (500 words maximum per question) 1. Describe the actual product (including name, launch date, shelf life, fresh/ frozen, pack specifications, pricing etc) and the market research that defined its characteristics. 2. Describe the product development process undertaken to arrive at the new (or enhanced) product. 3. Detail the key measures of success and outcomes achieved with the product since its launch, which must be at least six months ago. Peats Soil and Garden Supplies Sustainability Award Aim: To recognise businesses that demonstrate excellence in their sustainability in terms of profit, people and the planet. Questions (500 word maximum per question) 1. Describe how you identify impacts of your business management practices on the environment and local community. 2. Provide examples of your achievements in moving toward greater business sustainability in terms of outcomes for profit, people and/or the planet over the last 12 months. 3. Describe potential and real impacts your business is likely to have on the environment and local community in the future and steps you are taking or plan to take to address these. Thomas Foods International Primary Producer Award Aim: To recognise a primary producer that has demonstrated excellence in the sustainable production of safe, high quality food and that has contributed towards the positive profile of the Agribusiness industry. Questions (500 words maximum per question) 1. Describe how your business has and/or is contributing to the positive profile of your industry, and your vision for your industry. 2. Describe your approach to achieving the sustainable production of safe, high quality food. Please include where applicable examples of innovation in your processes, production systems, product, planning and people development. 3. Provide an example of specific undertakings to understand your supply chain and customer requirements. Department of Industry Industry Skills Development Award Aim: To recognise businesses that demonstrate commitment to planning and developing their people and their industry and business skills in order to improve their overall business performance. Questions (500 words maximum per question) 1. Describe how training, industry skills development and people planning have been incorporated into your business plans, including your approach to diversity and flexibility. 2. Outline specific training and development program/s currently being undertaken, highlighting any instances where training has been specifically designed for your business. 3. Outline the level of commitment to the identification of training, development and people planning needs and how these have contributed to your business and the people involved, including examples of success. Applications Close: 5.00pm Monday 14 July 2014
  10. 10. 10 SAFOODAWARDS.COM.AU2014 SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOD INDUSTRY AWARDS PROGRAM THE STATE OF CHAMPIONS For Businesses with a team LESS THAN 15FTE’s Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Society of South Australia Business Development Award Aim: To recognise businesses demonstrating growth and currently or potentially a benchmark for the Industry. You may complete this section in dot points, so please provide a brief description (maximum total 1,200 words) of:- PART A – BUSINESS OVERVIEW • Business background, history, nature of your business including products, markets and number of full time employees. • How your business maintains and improves its processes, products, services and people. • Your Food Safety System including certification standard (third party or internal) and product recall processes. • Any formal or informal management systems in place eg. QMS, EMS, OH&S. • Your leadership approach and culture of your business, ie what is important to the people who work there and your potential for growth and further success. • How you develop plans and strategies and measure your progress against them. • How you understand and communicate to consumers. Provide an example of where you have had the right product/service mix for your target market. Please provide a written statement indicating your financial stability from your accountant. Note that you will still be required to provide financial details during the interview process if nominated as a finalist. OR EQUAL TO Photo: Gordon Anderson
  11. 11. 11SAFOODAWARDS.COM.AU2014 SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOD INDUSTRY AWARDS PROGRAM THE STATE OF CHAMPIONS Department for Manufacturing, Innovation, Trade, Resources & Energy Export Award Aim: To recognise businesses that demonstrate innovation, planning and implementation skills leading to successful ongoing exports into international markets. Questions (300 words maximum) Describe how your business has actively sought international markets, what successes you have had, and how you intend to maintain and grow exports into the future. South Australian Research & Development Institute Innovation Award Aim: To recognise innovation and adaptability in food businesses in areas such as technology, products, packaging, process, management and/or people. Questions (300 words maximum) Describe the product, process and/or service innovation or adaptation in your business and how it has had a positive impact on the planet, people, productivity and/or profit. Foodland SA New Product Award Aim: To recognise businesses that demonstrate excellence in developing (or enhancing) and launching a product into the marketplace in the last 18 months. Questions (300 words maximum) Name and describe the product, launch date, shelf life, fresh/ frozen, pack specifications, pricing product development process, and the outcomes achieved since its launch, which must be at least six months ago. Peats Soil and Garden Supplies Sustainability Award Aim: To recognise businesses that demonstrates excellence in their sustainability in terms of profit, people and the planet. Questions (300 words maximum) Describe how your business has demonstrated sustainability in terms of profit, people and the planet over the last 12 months. Thomas Foods International Primary Producer Award Aim: To recognise a primary producer that has demonstrated excellence in the sustainable production of safe, high quality food and that has contributed towards the positive profile of the Agribusiness industry. Questions (300 words maximum) Describe how your business has or is working towards excelling in the sustainable production of safe, high quality food and your contribution to the positive profile of your industry, with examples. Department of Industry Industry Skills Development Award Aim: To recognise businesses that demonstrate commitment to planning and developing their people and their industry and business skills in order to improve their overall business performance. Questions (300 words maximum) Describe your approach to and success with engaging and developing your people, including specific training, business and industry skills development programs. PART B – CATEGORIES
  12. 12. 12 SAFOODAWARDS.COM.AU2014 SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOD INDUSTRY AWARDS PROGRAM THE STATE OF CHAMPIONS See our top high flying, ground- breaking, game changing, risk taking, challenge seeking, hard working, business shaking, earth quaking, food making…legendary champions at this year’s Grand Final Gala Dinner on Friday 21 November 2014 at the centre of sports in South Australia, the William Magarey Room at Adelaide Oval. Choose your favourite #SAFood business and help them win the 2014 #SAFoodAwards Consumer Award. Vote via web safoodawards.com.au/consumer, SMS 0447 FOODSA, Facebook/safoodawards or Twitter using @safoodawards and #ILoveSAFood with your favourite #SAFood business name. Entry limited to one vote per person per platform for each round. Round 1 voting is open to 30 June, when the Top 20 #SAFood businesses will be announced. Then Round 2 voting takes place to 30 September 2014. So pucker up with #ILoveSAFood GAME ON Sport SHOW YOUR LOVE FOR OUR STATE HIT YOUR BUSINESS FOR SIX Enter the 2014 South Australian Food Industry Awards Program Race your business to the top Recognition as a winner of the 2014 South Australian Food Industry Awards Program will add value to your brand and business A big kick for your brand The 2014 South Australian Food Industry Awards Program will help you increase your brand and business profile Dominate the game As a champion of the 2014 South Australian Food Industry Awards Program you have been benchmarked and beaten the best in the State Photo: Gordon Anderson [ P3 ]

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