Shortlisted finalists for Caterer Awards 2018 revealed

The final candidates who are in the running to win the coveted trophies at the Caterer Middle East Awards 2018 will be in the spotlight

The 2017 winners and highly commended on stage.
The 2017 winners and highly commended on stage.

The shortlisted nominees for the Caterer Middle East Awards will be revealed from today, April 8, 2018.

Starting this afternoon, multiple categories' finalists will be showcased on Caterer Middle East's new website,

The F&B industry can keep checking the website throughout this week for all the categories' shortlists to be revealed.

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The judges are in the process of going through all the nominations, with the judging meeting set to take place soon. The winners will be announced in a gala ceremony on Wednesday, May 9, 2018 at the Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah.

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