Review of available equipment to support the requirement of the Food information Regulations and BRC Version 7
With the increased focus on consumer labelling, a requirement for accuracy of product information including nutritional content, a need to manage allergen cross contamination and the opportunity for product adulteration, to name but a few areas, the aim of this Breakfast Club is to focus on practical implications of ensuring control within the factory environment. In addition, Version 7 of the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety includes a number of clauses such as control of claims in which inline monitoring could support, and also requiring confidence in the correct operation of equipment such as automated product labels and printing verification. With the range of sampling and detection equipment available, how can technology support with ensuring product quality, safety, legality and authenticity? Although raw material and supplier review may be the first line of defence, there is an opportunity to review the benefit of Automatic Labelling Recognition, Allergen Rapid Testing, Inline or Rapid Nutritional Analysis and other key areas of testing to allow positive release of the packed product.
Places are limited to 25 delegates to ensure that this remains an intimate and informative ½ day programme for all.
£35 + VAT (Members), £70 + VAT (Non-members),
£15 + VAT (Students) per delegate
9.00 am – 12.30 pm
SOFHT Training Room, The Granary, Middleton House Farm, Tamworth Road, Middleton, Staffs, B78 2BD
Continental Breakfast Buffet and certificate of attendance are included in the price.
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