by BFFF
Jul 11th, 2024
3 mins
BFFF

The BFFF Technical Conference returns this year to a fantastic new venue – the YMCA Village, Newark on Trent. Join us on Tuesday 24th September 2024 for a day packed full of interesting and informative talks and networking opportunities galore.

We are thrilled to announce that kicking off the day will be Dr Jeff Banks, a world-renowned food quality and safety professional with more than 45 years’ experience in managing food safety and quality risks; ensuring regulatory compliance and developing innovative solutions to complex technical challenges.

Hot on Dr Bank’s heals will be Professor Simon Pearson, the Founding Director of the Lincoln Institute of Agri-Food Technology (LIAT) at the University of Lincoln. Professor Pearson has been a key player in policy development and will be exploring how the frozen food industry is pivotal to UK food security.

Allergens, nutrition, and packaging solutions are also on the agenda with talks from Simon Williams, Chief Executive of Anaphylaxis UK, Heather Dolan, Nutrition Manager at Bidfood and Andrew Chinnery from Excelerate Ltd.

And if that wasn’t enough, we’ll also be joined by Helen White, Associate Director of Tetra Tech. Helen will be giving a real eye-opening talk on how the British frozen food industry may help to prevent household food waste.

With more announcements to come, make sure you don’t miss out on your place! Secure your seat today for what is sure to be a fantastic event

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