Thursday 11th Feb between 14.00hr and 16.00hr -  Update from Campden BRI

  • Update on Allergens (control and legislation) - HELEN ARROWSMITH
  • Challenges of sensory claims substantiation to influence consumer purchase - SARAH THOMAS
  • Use of UV light to treat items being moved from a low risk area to a high care or high risk area (zonal transfer) - DANNY BAYLISS
  • Technical challenges associated with reducing or replacing single use plastic packaging - LYNNERIC POTTER

Wednesday 17th February between 15.00 hr and 16h00hr  - BSA – Allergen Labelling in Practice

  • User Guide to compliance with new allergen legislation – Food Standards Agency
  • Practical case studies from businesses using different allergen systems – including presentations by Planglow, Gen-Label and Nutritics

 Thursday 25th February between 15.00 hr and 16h00hr  - Eating in vs Dining Out 2021

Last year, the COVID-19 pandemic caused significant shifts in consumption patterns of food and drink in the UK, which look set to continue into 2021.   In this session, Rhian and Nicola Knight will share insights from their new Eating In vs Dining Out 2021 research which reviews the impact the COVID-19 pandemic had on the UK food and drink market in 2020, focusing specifically on the shift between in-home and out-of-home spend. They will also examine the factors that will affect the industry over the coming year and outline how businesses can prepare for what lies ahead.

Thursday 4th March between 14.00hr and 16.00hr Update from Campden BRI

  • Update on Listeria - ROY BETTS
  • New guidelines on cleaning and disinfection of factories - PHIL VOYSEY
  • SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) environmental testing and prevention - MARTIN D’AGOSTINO
  • Safety of non-chilled food delivery of chilled/frozen items - LINDA EVERIS


How to join:

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