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The Winners of the EatWell Yummies Awards 2018

This year, the EatWell Yummies Awards received a record-breaking number of votes. After poring over more than 19,000 reader votes, we couldn’t be more excited to announce the EatWell Yummies Awards winners for 2018. Huge congratulations to you all.

“We are thrilled with the engagement of the EatWell readership community in the voting process and would like to congratulate all the participants and winners of the EatWell Yummies Awards,” says EatWell publisher, Janice Williams.

EatWell is the magazine of choice for people who are passionate about living a healthy lifestyle, creating delicious food and connecting with fellow foodies. We commenced the EatWell Yummies Awards in 2016 to acknowledge the hard-working, committed people behind the wholefood brands we know and love. We believe it’s important to highlight the dedication, time and effort that go into bringing your favourite brands to life.

So, without further ado, here are the EatWell Yummies Awards winners for 2018.



“We are excited that Honeylife has been chosen as the general pantry product by the readers. As a brand, our values are to

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