Dept of Health to deliver keynote at Food Manufacture's Reformulate 2011 conference

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Dept of Health to deliver keynote at Food Manufacture's Reformulate 2011 conference
With the Food Standards Agency (FSA) now focusing on food safety, and nutrition falling under the Department of Health’s (DoH’s) umbrella, where does this leave the FSA’s controversial salt, saturated fat and sugar reduction campaign?

Are all reformulation bets now off, or will the DoH carry on where the FSA left off?

Find out the answers to this question and many more at Reformulate 2011,​ a new conference from Food Manufacture in London on February 8, 2011, which will feature a keynote presentation from Dr Clair Baynton, new deputy director, Nutrition Science and Delivery Health and Wellbeing at the Department of Health.

Reformulate - and keep your clean labels?

A must-attend event for anyone involved in product development, labelling, marketing and regulatory affairs, Reformulate 2011​ will explore how far reformulation can go, which ranges should be prioritised, and is it always right or possible (given regulatory constraints) to tell consumers what you have done?

It will also explore the ongoing challenge of how to reduce sugar, fat and salt without compromising clean-label policies.

With speakers from Coca-Cola, Kellogg’s and Heinz, Reformulate 2011,​ will address all aspects of reformulation, from technical and microbiological challenges, to marketing, labelling and communication issues.

Click here​ for more details.

Related topics: NPD

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