The Time Is Now
As you will all know, the current Covid-19 pandemic has forced us all into looking at how we can conduct business differently. With many now working remotely and social distancing guidelines enforced, we felt it necessary to be ourselves, socially responsible.
The British Frozen Food Federation bi-monthly bulletin is going digital.
We have decided to limit the print run for the current issue of The Bulletin magazine thereby reducing the burden and risk placed on key workers like postal operatives.
The Voices of the British Frozen Food Federation
In this bimonthly issue of the bulletin we have the regular CEO update around everything the BFFF are doing and fighting for which you may not have seen through our social and email communications.
“It is clear from my meetings with members that they need support in certain areas that present complex challenges. To help with this we are launching the following Special Interest Groups”
Along with information from our recent successful events and articles from our very own industry experts; Denise Rion Head of Technical covering Campylobacter – the major cause of bacterial food poisoning in the UK and Simon Brentnall Head of Health and Safety covering the effective ways of managing contractors.
The Big Interview
This issues Big Interview is all about Steve Challouma, the Marketing Director for Birdseye.
“This was a very efficient brand model because we were able to minimise costs and use a ‘one size fits all’ approach.”
Steve talks to the British Frozen Food Federation about the journey he and the Birdseye brand have taken to get to the £500m brand it is today. With comments on how Birdseye are committing to key initiatives such as 100% MSC Certified Seafood in their fish portfolio, to help the industry wide issue of food waste and food security.
BFFF Member Activity
Learn about everything the valued BFFF members are doing; from companies expanding their operations to releasing new products, we love to help you shout about it throughout the Frozen Food Industry.
“Ground has broken on what will be one of the largest and most technologically-advanced coldstore facilities in France.”