Wherever we look, whatever we read or watch Campylobacter is continuing to generate a good level of public interest . As we await for the Food Standards Agency updated survey results, retailers are looking for new packaging formats to reduce levels of Campylobacter and processors look for new initiatives for sustainable reductions in
For those consumers that have suffered Campylobacter food poisoning this surge in focus can’t come soon enough. It remains the major cause of foodborne illness in humans.
The Society of Food Hygiene of Technology who are recognised for their source of leading industry experts are holding a conference to provide retailers, manufacturers and enforcement officers an insight into what work is being conducted to reduce the incidence of Campylobacter along with a review of the Food Standards Agency survey results and good hygiene practices that will help drive down contamination root causes.
Representatives from the FSA, Bernard Matthews, Sealed Air and the University of Bristol will be presenting at this conference and will provide an opportunity for a question and answer forum.
The conference will provide practical information and solutions for all interested parties.
£145 + VAT (Members), £195 + VAT (Non-members), £35 + VAT (Students) per delegate
9.30 am – 3.00 pm
Holiday Inn, Handy Cross, High Wycombe HP11 1TL
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