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CIEH Safe Food Conference
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Courtesy/News Source: ukhospitality.org.uk

30/10/2019

When: Wednesday 30 October 9:30AM

Where: 15Hatfields

Chadwick Court 15 Hatfields
London SE1 8DJ United Kingdom
Contact: CIEH +44 (0)20 7827 5800

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CIEH Safe Food Conference will discuss the challenges and risks for the food industry in a post-Brexit world. You will hear about the new national strategies and industry attempts to tackle food waste, explore new allergen management technologies, assess the changes to labelling and discuss best practice case studies on food fraud.

This one-day conference will feature a series of thought-provoking presentations by industry experts:

Maria Jennings, Director, Regulating Our Future, FSA
Lisa Ackerley, Food Safety Adviser, UKHospitality
Eleanor Morris, Special Advisor Hospitality and Food Service WRAP
Tim Lang, Professor of Food Policy, University of London
Caroline Nauth-Misir and Lisa Frost, Sentencing Council

Key topics:

New Natasha Law
Food Allergens: An industry update
Imported food controls post BREXIT
Case study: Impact of sentencing guidelines on regulatory fines
Developments in tacking food waste
Data handling and engagement with consumers.

Who should attend:

Legal/compliance managers and directors
Technical directors
Food safety managers/directors
Lawyers with an interest in food law
Food retailers, chefs, and food industry experts
F&B Directors/Managers (hotels, restaurants, FSM)
Food Safety Directors/Managers (hotels, restaurants, FSM)
Environmental health practitioners and trainers

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