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Upcoming Events

December 2015

Pesticide residues in food

Location:Middleton - Staffordshire - United Kingdom
The responsible use of pesticides has helped to ensure a decent supply of fresh produce, cereals and food ingredients, but with thousands of pesticides available for use worldwide and continuing public concern over residues in food it is essential the food industry keeps up-to-date with the complex issues surrounding legislation, surveillance, consumer risk assessment and analysis. Topics include: current legislation, supply chain controls, retailer requirements, due diligence, risk assessment and residue analysis.

Policy on high fat, sugar and salt foods – next steps for reformulation, marketing and regulation

Location:Central - London
This conference will bring together policymakers and key stakeholders to assess the future of policy and industry practice relating to high fat, sugar and salt (HFSS) foods. It will be a timely opportunity to discuss the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition's recent report into carbohydrates and health, calling for average consumption of free sugars to be halved to 5% of energy intake, and for sugary drink intake to be minimised and fibre increased.

January 2016

Business Leaders' Forum

Location:DWF offices - London - United Kingdom
Food Manufacture's annual Business Leaders' Forum will bring together the top business leaders from the food and drink manufacturing industry. As well as providing an opportunity for Britain's food industry leaders to discuss the pressing issues of the day, the forum will also provide an ideal chance to network with other senior people within the sector.Attendance to the forum is free, but by personal invitation only. For more information, email Rick Pendrous on:

March 2016

New Frontiers in Food and Drink

Location:etc.venues, St Pauls - London
Innovation in food and drink will be the focus of a one-day conference on March 17, staged by the Food Manufacture Group.Speakers will include Graze’s supply chain director Tom Carroll, Food Innovation Solutions’ director and innovator Stefan Cosser and 3D food printing expert Michael Petch.For more information, including how to book, visit the event website or email .