This autumn, The Society of Food Hygiene and Technology and Highfield are joining forces to hold the must-attend food safety conference of the year at Doncaster Racecourse on Tuesday 26 September.
The Food Fraud, Culture & Modern Catering Processes Conference 2017 will focus on key topics across the sector, providing delegates with the knowledge and understanding to improve existing food strategies and procedures within their business. Topics covered during the event will include allergens, food safety culture and the safety of low temperature cooking processes.
The event will also cover food fraud and provide essential updates on the progress that has been made since the release of the Elliott Review and the conclusion of this summer’s horsemeat trial. It will cover what is now being done to combat fraud, the impact the introduction of the Food Standard Agency’s Food Crime Unit has had, and where further improvements can be made to combat food fraud.
Speakers confirmed so far:
- Richard Sprenger (Highfield Qualifications)
- Professor Chris Elliott (Queens University, Belfast)
- Andy Morling (Food Standards Agency)
- Sterling Crew (Institute of Food Science and Technology)
- Peter Littleton (Klenzan)
- Simon Flanagan (RSSL)
- Dr Andy Bowles (ABC Food Law)
HOW TO BOOK YOUR PLACE:
Phone: 01302 363277 | 0845 2260350
If you are a SOFHT member then please contact the SOFHT office to book your place(s)
Phone: 01827 872500
For exhibition opportunities:
Phil Shaw on: 07818 571261
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