Wolverhampton man wins lifetime achievement award for contribution to world foods
An entrepreneur from Wolverhampton has won a lifetime achievement award for his contribution to world foods.
Tony Deep Wouhra was presented with the award at a ceremony hosted by Lenny Henry in London last night.
He arrived in England aged 18 and founded his own organic food company. He also raises awareness of diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
The Awards, now in their fourth year were created by the World Foods Association and recognise not only the incredible growth within the ethnic and world food sector, but also the diversity of cultures and communities that the industry is inspired by.
Lenny Henry is one of the region's most famous sons and one of the country's favourite comedians. He started his showbiz career on the hit Central Television show Tizwas. Since then he's gone to demonstrate what a versitile performer he is.
Now a whole new audience is about to discover his talents. He's featuring in Disney's award winning animation series Phineas and Ferb. As Balvinder Sidhu reports he joins a guest list which includes David Beckham and Michael J Fox.