Last day for early bird food safety conference tickets

Today is the last day to book your early bird ticket for Food Manufacture’s food safety conference to take place on Thursday June 22 in Warwickshire

Today is the last day to book your early bird ticket for Food Manufacture’s food safety conference 2017 on Thursday June 22 at Woodland Grange, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire.

The early bird delegate price of £328 +VAT will close today. From tomorrow (Saturday April 29) the ticket price will rise to £410.00 +VAT.

This year’s food safety conference is titled Food Safety 2020: preparing your business for change. 

Avoiding contamination 

To be chaired by Professor Steven Walker, director general Campden BRI, the conference will be organised into four sessions, each dealing with a different aspect of food and drink safety.

The four sessions will be: Food safety in a Brexit world, The big food safety issues facing the food and drink manufacturing sector, Managing your supply chains and Avoiding contamination and problems in your factory. 

The conference keynote address will be delivered by John Barnes, formerly a senior executive with the Food Standards Agency (FSA). Barnes, who is currently a food safety consultant with Enmoore, will focus on regulated self-assurance; formerly known as earned recognition.

Meanwhile, read the full conference programme here and order your early bird ticket here.

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