Food processing in 2030 will benefit from far more automation

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The future of automated food manufacture will be discussed at the event
The future of automated food manufacture will be discussed at the event

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Food processing in 2030 is the subject of a free one-day conference next month at the National Centre for Food Manufacturing at Holbeach Campus at the University of Lincoln.

Organised in conjunction with the OAL group, speakers at the event on October 13 will include Simon Lushey, specialist technical manager at Marks & Spencer, Ann Savage, a former group technical director with Bakkavor and food technology ‘scout’ Steve Osborne, from the Aurora Ceres Partnership.

Andreas Paoli, a senior lecturer in industrial automation and robotics from the University of Lincoln, will also be speaking.

As well as looking at what the future might hold for the food manufacturing sector, OAL’s Automated Processing Robotic Ingredient Loading (April) robotic food system will cook lunch for delegates at the event.

For more details, visit OAL.

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