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Upcoming Events


May 2016

IFFA: German meat industry exhibition

07-May-2016 to 12-May-2016
Location:Frankfurt am Main - Frankfurt - Germany
Type:Exhibition
IFFA is an important innovation platform for the meat sector and a leading international trade fair to focus on the subject of meat.

Bakery technology conference

26-May-2016 to 27-May-2016
Location:Campden BRI - Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 6LD, UK - United Kingdom
Type:Conference
This will be the third Bakery technology conference to be held at Campden BRI. It will focus on recent developments and challenges to the bakery sector. Presentations will be on all aspects of the baking process, with technical sessions divided into the following themes: Diet and health; Ingredients; Structure; Processing; Bakery product safety; and Shelf-life.

June 2016

N8 AgriFood Resilience launch

21-Jun-2016 to 22-Jun-2016
Location:Manchester - Manchester - United Kingdom
Type:Conference
N8 AgriFood Launch 2016: One Network, Many Solutions. This launch will provide an opportunity to explore new projects and solutions to the major food security, agritech and consumer health issues across the food and drink supply chain.

September 2016

Food labelling regulation - implementation, impact and the future for UK policy

13-Sep-2016
Location:Central London - United Kingdom
Type:Conference
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.

November 2016

Food Manufacture Excellence Awards

02-Nov-2016
Location:The Hilton Park Lane, London - London
Type:Award
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.