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HMSHost International recognised for CSR at the 2019 FAB Awards

The Moodie Davitt Report recognized global restaurateur HMSHost International with two regional awards for business initiatives and three highly commended nominations for its associates.

The Moodie Davitt Report, through its 2019 Airport Food & Beverage (FAB) Conference & Awards, recognized global restaurateur HMSHost International with two regional awards for business initiatives and three highly commended nominations for its associates. The FAB Awards recognize and reward best practices in airport food & beverage industry.

“The unique restaurants we create, and the brands we are able to partner with, turn dining into a culinary journey for travellers,” said Walter Seib, CEO of HMSHost International. “But we are extremely proud that three of our associates are honoured at these prestigious FAB Awards. The associates of HMSHost International are the real heroes behind our company’s success story, underlining the value that they bring to our company. Therefore we are particular proud that three of our colleagues have been acknowledged by such an honour.”

In addition to these awards, HMSHost’s parent company Autogrill was recognized by winning Outstanding Design with AIR in Zurich Airport, and HMSHost Corporate in North America was recognized with six nominations across regional wins and highly commended levels.

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