Food safety conference: early bird offer ends Tuesday

By Michael Stones

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Last chance to book at a discounted price
Last chance to book at a discounted price

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There are just five days left to benefit from the early bird ticket offer for the Food Manufacture Group’s one-day, Food safety conference at the Lowry, Manchester September 29.

Book before Tuesday June 30 to take advantage of the early bird rate of £319 plus VAT.

The Food safety conference, ‘Safer food and drink: from the harvest to the home’, offers a wealth of advice on the latest thinking about safety topics linked to food and drink.

This year’s event will take a whole supply chain look at food safety and integrity.

Safety and authenticity

The conference 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.

Our target audience is 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.

Chaired by Professor Colin Dennis

The conference – to be chaired by 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 & Technology – is divided into four sessions. See box below.

Register your place at the discounted price before June 30 here.

Food safety conference sessions

Session 1:​ Minimising contamination in raw materials and ingredients
Session 2:​ Managing safety hazards and risks in processing, distribution and sale
Session 3:​ Delivering products that are safe throughout their shelf-life
Session 4:​ Reassuring consumers about the safety of what they eat

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