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No Other UK Conference Features This Many Food Manufacturers, Retailers, Restaurants & Regulators Speaking In One Day

From the producers of market-leading food and drink conferences, find out how 19 senior speakers from Pizza Hut, Britvic, itsu, 2 Sisters Food Group and many more are ensuring compliance and product integrity at The Preventing Food Fraud Conference (22nd February, London).

Advanced strategies to maximise the speed and accuracy of your supply chain mapping for a robust, efficient framework: what level of traceability can actually be achieved to prevent food fraud?

Increase Supply Chain Visibility, Decrease Local & Global Supplier Risks, Identify Upcoming Threats, Industry Trends & Legislative Changes & Test Efficiently To Boost Ingredient & Product Integrity & Drive Out Food Fraud!

  1. Maximise Supply Chain Visibility & Traceability: Harness best-practice methods to trace and eliminate threats, all the way back to source
  2. Bolster Supplier Assurance & Quality: Ensure your entire supply base meets your quality standards to boost end product integrity
  3. Horizon Scanning Upcoming Industry Issues & The Next Big Threats: What are the latest threats and upcoming issues on the horizon and what proactive steps should we be taking now?
  4. Maintain Compliance & Integrity With Global Suppliers: Strengthen your supply chain when sourcing ingredients overseas and safeguard your brand’s reputation against food crime
  5. Guarantee Compliance In The Run-Up To Brexit & Beyond: Understand how to ensure compliance throughout the legislative changes
  6. Safeguard The Latest At-Risk Ingredients! Increase raw material integrity and protect yourself from ingredient threats
  7. Defend Against Fraud With Advanced Testing Strategies: Accurate and efficient testing methods which pinpoint ingredient adulteration and the relevant risks
  8. Align Your Strategy With Retailers’ Expectations: Ensure your practices and processes tick the right boxes for retailers and get the green light

Why This Preventing Food Fraud Conference?

  • 100% Delegate & Partner Satisfaction Rating At Our Most Recent Food & Drink Conference
  • No Other Event Features This Seniority & Breath Of Speakers Spanning Manufacturers, Retailers, Legislative Bodies & Academics
  • 19 Confirmed Speakers Tackle Your Toughest Toughest Challenges In Preventing Food Fraud
  • Independent, Research-Driven, Compact One-Day Agenda Featuring The Latest Innovations In Preventing Food Fraud
  • ‘Great variety of relevant up-to-date topics delivered by professional speakers and complimented by excellent panel discussions and networking opportunities.’ SHS Drinks
  • ‘Jam-packed programme of presentations from a broad spectrum of industry experts.’ Domino's Pizza Group
  • Proven Track Record Of Exceptional Food & Drink Conferences From The Organisers Of:
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Supply Chain Traceability • Supplier Assurance • Horsegate: Where Are We Now? • Horizon Scanning • Fraud & Traceability: Consumer Preferences • Legislation & Brexit • Raw Materials & Ingredient Integrity • Advanced Testing Strategies • Retailer Perspectives

Can You Help Clients To
Prevent Food Fraud? For more information on how to get involved, please call +44 (0)20 3479 2299
or email info@foodfraudconference.com.

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The Preventing Food Fraud Conference: Ensuring Integrity. To view the full conference programme, please click here.

08.30 Registration – Morning Coffee & Objective Setting

09.00 GIC Welcome, Interactive Voting & Chair’s Opening Remarks

  • Louise Manning, Senior Lecturer in Food Policy & Management, Harper Adams University


SUPPLY CHAIN TRACEABILITY & VISIBILITY:
DOUBLE PERSPECTIVE

09.20 Best-Practice Methods For Maximising The End-To-End Visibility Of Your Supply Chain & Ensuring Threats & Vulnerabilities Can Be Traced Back To Source & Eliminated

  • Antonio Nespoli, Global Quality & Food Safety Governance & Thermal Process Authority Director, Barilla Group
  • Diogo Souza Monteiro, Senior Lecturer in Agribusiness Management, Newcastle University


SUPPLIER ASSURANCE

10.00 Optimising Supplier Performance & Ensuring Suppliers Share Your Quality Standards Of Product Integrity & Diligent Working Practices

  • Jamie Knox, Director of Quality, Safety & Environment, Britvic Soft Drinks plc


HORSEGATE - REGULATORY VIEW

10.20 Horsegate: What Have We Learned?

  • Selvarani Elahi, UK Deputy Government Chemist, LGC Limited

10.40 Informal Networking Break & Morning Refreshments


HORIZON SCANNING - PANEL DISCUSSION

11.10 What Are The Latest Threats, Upcoming Issues & Business-Critical Vulnerabilities On The Horizon & What Proactive Steps Should We Be Taking Now?

  • Nemanja Vukamic, Technical & Quality Manager, itsu
  • Huw Watkins, Head of Intelligence, The UK Intellectual Property Office
  • Lisa Jack, Professor in Accounting, Portsmouth Business School
  • John O’Brien, Senior Scientist, Nestlé Research Centre
  • Hafsa Chergui, Food Safety Inspector – Hygiene Control, Belgian Federal Food Safety Agency

11.40 Bonus Session; Reserved For Exclusive Partner. Can You Help Clients Prevent Food Fraud? For more information on how to get involved, please call +44 (0)20 3479 2299 or email info@foodfraudconference.com


FRAUD & TRACEABILITY: CONSUMER PREFERENCES

12.00 Case Study With Newcastle University

  • Lynn Frewer, Professor of Food & Society, Newcastle University

12.20 Lunch & Informal Networking For Delegates, Partners & Speakers


INFORMAL PEER-TO-PEER DISCUSSIONS

13.00 Lunchtime Informal Peer-To-Peer Discussion

A) Food Fraud Training
Tadas Plauska, Group Technical Training Manager, 2 Sisters Food Group

B) Food Fraud Intelligence Updates
Ross Clark, Lead Intelligence Analyst, Food Standards Scotland

C) Food Safety & Quality Culture
Linda Calite, Technical Manager, Pizza Hut Europe

13.20 Afternoon Chair’s Opening Remarks

  • Iain Mortimer, Group Technical Manager, apetito UK


LEGISLATION & BREXIT - PANEL DISCUSSION

13.40 Understanding The Latest Legislative Updates & How Your Business & The Wider Industry Will Be Impacted By Brexit

  • Geoff Ogle, Chief Executive, Food Standards Scotland
  • Sally-Ann Krzyzaniak, Research Fellow, Portsmouth Business School

14.10 Bonus Session; Reserved For Exclusive Partner. Can You Help Clients Prevent Food Fraud? For more information on how to get involved, please call +44 (0)20 3479 2299 or email info@foodfraudconference.com

14.30 Informal Networking Break & Afternoon Refreshments


RAW MATERIALS & INGREDIENT INTEGRITY

15.00 Boost Integrity & Protect Your Supply Chain From The Latest Raw Material Threats & Most At-Risk Ingredients In The Market

  • Linda Calite, Technical Manager, Pizza Hut Europe


ADVANCED TESTING STRATEGIES

15.20 Implementing Accurate & Efficient Testing Methods & Procedures Which Target The Relevant Risks & Defend Against Fraud To Protect Consumers

Speaker To Be Announced; Please Check Website For More Details


RETAILER PERSPECTIVE

15.40 Case Study With METRO Wholesale & Food Specialist AG

  • Markus Meyer, Head of Quality Assurance Food, METRO Wholesale & Food Specialist AG

16.00 Chair’s Closing Remarks

  • Iain Mortimer, Group Technical Manager, apetito UK

16.20 Official Close Of Conference

Please check the website regularly for updates and newly confirmed speakers. For more information on how to get involved in The Preventing Food Fraud Conference, please email info@foodfraudconference.com or call us on +44 (0)20 3479 2299.

Proven Track Record Of Exceptional Food & Drink Conferences From The Organisers Of:

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