Decontamination of fresh produce - chlorine and its alternatives is a Campden BRI seminar that will explore the use of different anti‐microbial agents and the latest technologies in this context, including: the latest in chlorine washing; alternative decontamination methods; how a fresh produce supplier manages its decontamination system; factors that influence microbial reduction; and virus control.
This seminar assesses the priorities for improving the quality and nutritional standards of food within hospitals and the care sector. Overall, areas for discussion include: progress and next steps for hospital food standards; the challenges of improving food served in hospitals; improving clinical outcomes through nutrition in hospital and social care environments; and policy priorities for identifying and preventing malnutrition in the community.
Delegates at this timely conference will discuss key implementation issues, as the UK food industry prepares for the introduction of the European Commission’s mandatory new Food Information for Consumers regulation
(FIC) from December 2016. It is bringing together policymakers with stakeholders from across the food sector, consumer groups and with others affected by the changes.
A two-day event for branded, inspirational and luxury packaging that brings together over 170 exhibitors and over 4,000 packaging buyers to network and do business. Visitors will be able to attend a series of practical seminars, take part in some interactive debates and other new show features.
Food Manufacture’s 2016 food safety conference 2016 will examine manufacturers’ role in boosting consumer confidence in the food and drink they consume following recent highly publicised scandals and food poisoning outbreaks. It will also examine changes in the regulatory environment which could adversely impact achieving this desired aim. And when things go wrong, manufacturers need to be sufficiently prepared to reduce the potential damage to their businesses and reputations.
The Food Manufacture Excellence Awards is taking place at The Hilton Park Lane, London on Wednesday 2nd November 2016These 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 new product development, category management, quality assurance, and process innovation.