Cracking down on Campy – what should industry be doing?

Format: External webinar | Document type: Webinar

Cracking down on Campy – what should industry be doing?
Campylobacter is the most common cause of food poisoning in the UK. About four in five cases of campylobacter poisoning in the UK come from contaminated poultry – that’s an estimated 280,000 people a year. As part of the ongoing MTJ campaign to tackle campylobacter we have joined forces with the FSA to run a webinar on March 18 to explore ways of tackling campylobacter across the food chain. Meat Trades Journal Editor, Ed Bedington, will be chairing the session with presentations by Steve Wearne, Director of Policy at the FSA, David Keeble, Faccenda’s Technical & Development Director and Gary Ford, Chief Poultry Adviser at the NFU. These presentations will be followed by a live Q and A session. Sign up today for a webinar which will provide valuable insights and advice for businesses on what can be done to minimise campylobacter and stop so many people getting ill.


Ed Bedington Ed Bedington - Moderator Group Editor, Global Meat News & Meat Trades Journal
William Reed Business Media

Gary Ford Gary Ford Chief Poultry Adviser
National Farmers’ Union

Steve Moore Steve Moore Head of Quality and Food Safety
Faccenda Foods Ltd

Steve Wearne Steve Wearne Director of Policy
Food Standards Agency