Emerging food safety issues 2010: What's lurking on the horizon?

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Emerging food safety issues 2010: What's lurking on the horizon?
Are you prepared for the next sudan-1 or melamine scandal? What are the food safety risks threatening the food supply chains of tomorrow, and do you have the technical and financial resources to deal them them?

Find out the answers to these questions and many more at Emerging Food Safety Issues 2010,​ the new conference from Food Manufacture.

Chaired by Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) technical committee chairman Kevin Swoffer, a recognised expert on food safety standards, Emerging Food Safety Issues 2010 is a must-attend event for anyone involved in food safety issues, from technical, hygiene and quality managers to production and operations managers, regulatory managers and financial directors.

Topics explored in this exciting new conference include:

  • How to minimise the risks of food safety incidents as supply chains become more global
  • How to ensure strict hygiene standards are maintained and audits are fit for purpose as budgets get squeezed
  • How to reduce salt, fat and sugar without creating a food safety problem
  • How to stay on top of Campylobacter​ and Listeria
  • How to optimise HACCP procedures and ensure staff are properly trained
  • How new and novel technologies can help you stay safe

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Dr Tobin Robinson, head of emerging risks unit, European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)
  • Tim Smith, chief executive, Food Standards Agency (FSA)
  • Dr Sandra Stringer, senior research associate, BBSRC
  • Geoff Spriegel, director, BRC Global Standards
  • Debra Smith, research manager, Campden BRI
  • Dave Smith, partner, Eversheds
  • Simon Houghton-Dodd, head of quality and sustainability, Tate & Lyle Sugars Europe; vice chairman, SOFHT
  • Chris Grimes, SALSA​ scheme director
  • Craig Leadley, new products and technologies manager, Campden BRI

Date​: October 5, 2010

Venue​: De Vere Venues West One, London

For more details, click here.

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