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Hygiene by design event

20 April 2018

Hygiene is critical to the success of all food and drink manufacturing businesses. The Food and Drink Federation (FDF), in collaboration with ACO Building Drainage, has organised a one day event to help food manufacturers develop best-practice based upon the principles of hygienic engineering and design and their application at every stage of the manufacturing process – from plant design through to processing and packaging.   

A full day of presentations and networking on 21st June, at the FDF headquarters in London, will allow delegates to find out more about why it is critical to 'build in' hygiene. The event is aimed at technical staff, microbiologists, quality managers, regulatory managers, production managers and facilities/plant managers.

Speakers will come from KDH; Marks and Spencer; Arctica; ACO; EHDG; Sika; and Vikan. To find out more about the event, go to: https://www.fdf.org.uk/events/display.aspx?id=6508


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