Anpario honored with the king’s award for enterprise Anpa

13 October 20232 min reading

Anpario plc has been awarded the prestigious King’s Award for Enterprise, marking significant recognition for their contributions to the natural feed additives industry. This UK accolade underscores Anpario's global commitment to innovation and sustainable solutions in livestock production.

UK-based feed additives company Anpario plc recently received the King’s Award for Enterprise at a ceremony attended by Sir John Peace, Lord-Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire. Notably, this isn't the company's first brush with royal recognition, as Sir John reminisced about awarding Anpario the Queen’s Award for International Trade back in 2015.

This year, out of 148 organizations, Anpario was among the privileged few to earn the inaugural King’s Award for Enterprise, with a mere 15 being acknowledged for Sustainable Development. The King’s Award is renowned as one of the UK's premier business honors, celebrating outstanding achievements in the business realm.

During his address, Sir John emphasized the hard work and commitment demonstrated by companies like Anpario to meet the rigorous criteria for such an accolade. He urged attendees to persevere, especially given the current challenging global economic climate.

Upon receiving the award, Anpario's Chairman, Matthew Robinson, expressed gratitude and highlighted the company’s global commitment to operational excellence and innovation. Robinson underscored the company's dedication to their principles: "Our People, Our Planet, Our Promise."

Anpario collaborates with livestock producers, providing sustainable solutions that aim to bolster healthy livestock performance, enhance production profitability, and strengthen worldwide food security.

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