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Seminar: Priorities for the UK food and drink industry - competitiveness, supply chains and engaging with policy change

05 November 2018

The latest Westminster Food & Nutritional seminar – Priorities for the UK food and drink industry: competitiveness, supply chains and engaging with policy change – will focus on the latest thinking about priorities for the UK food and drink industry at a time of substantial change and uncertainty. The event will take place on 13th December in London. 

Key discussion points will include:

• Competitiveness - meeting the challenges of evolving markets, consumer trends and adapting to any future regulatory changes;
• Workforce - ensuring the UK has a workforce with the skills that the industry, its partners and wider society need;
• Research - knowledge transfer, building partnerships and supporting translation of the UK’s world-leading food research into practice;
• Supply chain management - engaging with and securing the supply chain, safeguarding standards and supporting UK agriculture;
• Sustainability - engaging the food industry and the public with land management and stewardship options; and
• International relationships and trade - the impact of different trading scenarios, key issues for the meat and live exports sectors, and promoting produce abroad.

To find out more and to book your seat at the event click here

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