Entries open for Anti Additive Tasty Award


By oh  /  July 14, 2017

A new competition has launched aimed at showcasing additive free food products and restaurants in Asia-Pacific region.

The world-first clean label related competition is calling for entries

The Anti Additive Tasty Award is inviting applications from participant from cities all over the world, including Bangkok, Hong Kong, Seoul, Sydney and Tokyo. A panel of jurors from industry, academia, Michelin star chefs, nutritionists, dietitians, professors and food editors will select the winners from all less-additive qualified entries. Judging criteria included the presentation, taste, production and the cooking process of the meal or product.


The Park Hyatt, The Dining Room was a winner in last year’s Additive Awards.

The Anti Additive Association launched its Anti Additive Awards last year to reward restaurants and small businesses for their dedication to producing additive-free food in their market. Australian winners included ARIA, QUAY, 117 Dining, The Intercontinental and Café Sydney and manufacturers such as Noshu, Pure Life Bakery and Spice Vine.


Stefano Cerveni, head chef at Due Colombe in Italy, is an advocate for additive free food.

“It will be a pleasure to work together in the future, to promoting the cuisine making by healthy nature food, without the use of additives,” said Stefano Cerveni, the Michelin star head chef at Due Colombe in Italy. “Also, because it’s the philosophy that I always to follow to create my dishes. See you soon and good luck.”

Entries are open until November 30.