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April 2015

Innovation in soft and alcoholic drinks

23-Apr-2015
Location:Chipping - Campden
Type:Event
During this seminar, drinks firms will learn how to stay ahead of the competition in an environment where they face changing public health policies and consumer demand. It will present the latest information on current issues relating to the development of soft and low-alcohol drinks, including market trends; processing and packaging; microbiological stability; legislation; and public health issues. Speakers will include representatives from Campden BRI, SAB Miller and the SHS Group.

June 2015

New frontiers in food and drink

26-Jun-2015
Location:St Pauls - London
Type:Conference
In a unique partnership The Grocer, Meat Trades Journal, British Baker and Food Manufacture are combining their market insight and expertise to bring you a newinnovation conference: New Frontiers in Food and Drink. We have an immersive programme to enhance, embrace and encourage your ideasthrough: Speaker presentations Roundtable discussions Taste testing Breakout sessions Speakers include the University of Oxford's Charles Spence, Leatherhead Food Research's Roberta Re and food futurologist Morgaine Gaye.

September 2015

Food Safety Conference - Safer food and drink – from the harvest to the home

29-Sep-2015
Location:The Lawry - Manchester
Type:Conference
Food Manufacture’s 2015 food safety conference will take a whole supply chain look at food safety and integrity. It will investigate the latest developments to ensure food safety from the farm, through manufacture and the supply chain, to products and packaging on sale. It will also discuss what more the industry can do to reassure consumers about the safety and authenticity of the food they eat.The one-day conference is targeted at practitioners in the food and drink supply chain who are involved with food safety: from operations and technical managers to regulatory specialists; and from new product developers to food hygiene managers in manufacturing, retail and foodservice.Chairman: Professor Colin Dennis, president elect of the US Institute of Food Technologists, former director general of Campden BRI and past president of the UK Institute of Food Science & TechnologyTake a look at the day's agenda here.

November 2015

Food Manufacturing Excellence Awards

03-Nov-2015
Location:Lancaster Hotel - London
Type:Award
Now in its 15th consecutive year, the Food Manufacture Excellence Awards has become an industry benchmark for all those wishing to aspire to world class standards in food excellence.These awards differ from other industry awards in that they recognise the manufacturing achievements rather than end products.The Awards assess companies' progress across a range of criteria including NPD, category management, quality assurance, and process innovation.

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November 2014

Food Manufacturing Excellence Awards

20-Nov-2014
Location:Park Lane Hilton - London - United Kingdom
Type:Award
The Food Manufacturing Excellence Awards reward firms that have displayed progress and achievements through their manufacturing processes over the past year. They honour the best companies in 11 categories. Awards will also be made for Company of the Year, Judges’ Special Award and Personality of the Year. New this year is the Young Talent of the Year award, celebrating the sector’s new entrants. Winners will be announced at a black tie awards ceremony.

October 2014

Food Safety conference: Safe and legal food in a changing world

15-Oct-2014
Location:Heritage Motor Centre - Gaydon, Warwickshire - United Kingdom
Type:Conference
Food Manufacture's one-day food safety conference - ‘Safe and legal food in a changing world' - will look at emerging food safety issues and the changing regulatory environment. It will offer advice to food and drink companies on how they can avoid falling foul of major food safety incidents that can prove very costly and damaging to company reputations.The day will be divided into four sessions: Tomorrow's food safety risks; Managing the supply chain; Keeping food safe; and Novel processes and packaging.