Support our food safety survey and win an iPad

Supporting our survey will help lift standards and could win you an iPad

Taking part in the Food Manufacture Group’s short food safety survey will help to raise industry standards and offers the chance of winning an iPad.

We want to chart the food and drink manufacturing sector’s top safety concerns, ahead of Food Manufacture Group’s 2017 safety conference.

Completing the survey will take just a few minutes. Your confidential answers will help us uncover manufacturers’ top food safety concerns, identify what topics should be on the food and drink safety radar and work towards industry-wide solutions.

Food Manufacture’s 2017 food safety conference

The survey results will be featured in Food Manufacture Group’s 2017 food safety conference ‘Food safety 2020: preparing your business for change.’

This year’s conference – chaired by Professor Steven Walker, director general, Campden BRI – will take place at the Woodland Grange, Leamington Spa, CV32 6RN on Thursday, June 22 2017.

Everyone who takes part in the survey is guaranteed complete anonymity. No mention will be made of either respondents’ name or affiliation in any results published.

All named entries to the survey will be automatically entered into a prize draw to win an iPad mini. Please take part in the survey here .

This year’s one-day conference will be divided into four sessions: Food safety in a Brexit world, The big food safety issues facing us, Managing your supply chains and Avoiding contamination and problems in your factory. Find out more information here.

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