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14 November 2017

FDF food safety event explores food chain integrity

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Safety, authenticity, and hygiene are a top priority for the food and drink manufacturing sector. The Food and Drink Federation's (FDF) annual Food Safety event, Evolving Science and Food Chain Integrity, will look at the technological approaches to enhancing food chain integrity and avoiding issues in a complex and fast-moving environment.

With a keynote speech from the Food Standards Agency, the event will cover supply chain sequencing, traceability, and technology, as well as cyber security, crop protection, and risk assessment.

Attendees will also hear from speakers from organisations including Campden BRI, BRC Global Standards, Food Forensics, Innovate UK, National Cyber Security Centre, Crop Health and Protection, Fera Science, RSSL, and University of Kent.

Event details:

  • When: 27 November 2017, 08:45 - 15:45
  • Where: FDF office, 6th Floor,10 Bloomsbury Way, London WC1A 2SL
  • Price: FDF Member £200, Non Member £250. All prices exclude VAT.
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Helen Munday, Chief Scientific Officer, Food and Drink Federation, said:
“This year's FDF Food Safety event spans from crop health protection to block chain and supply chain traceability. I look forward to hearing from speakers and participants as we consider the critical topic of supply chain integrity through science and technology.”

More information

Contact Skye Oudemans, Corporate Affairs Division, at: skye.oudemans@fdf.org.uk, or 02074207120.

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