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Source: BSME

Left to right: editor Adam Leyland, drinks editor Daniel Woolfson, features editor Megan Tatum and deputy features editor Lois Vallely

The Grocer has scooped two gongs at the BSME Talent Awards.

Features editor Megan Tatum was awarded Best Campaign for her work on Waste Not Want Not and drinks editor Daniel Woolfson took home Best Print Writer – Business.

The awards, which were announced yesterday evening (10 June), celebrate the best magazine editorial and design talent of Britain. 

Tatum was praised by the judges for leading the “sustained” Waste Not Want Not campaign, which delivered “demonstrable results”, beating competition from GQ’s State of Man campaign and Where’s Your Head At? by Bauer Media Group. 

Judges thought Woolfson’s knack for “great storytelling” while “covering a tough market” pushed him ahead of the competition in his category, which included journalists from Campaign, Property Week and The Architects’ Journal.