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BFFF hosts food business networking seminars

30 August 2011

The British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF) is hosting a two free event for businesses working in and for the frozen food industry to offer a networking opportunity and a range of support services to the sector.

The next events will be held at Edgbaston’s Warwickshire County Cricket Club on 5 October and at Glasgow’s Hampden Park on 6 October from 11.00am-4.30pm. The events are open to all businesses involved in the frozen food industry, the cold chain and those who provide services to the industry for example, insurers, logistic service providers and cold store construction. An optional tour of each ground is also available at 11.45am.

Brian Young, director general of BFFF said: “We are keen to meet with companies around the country to highlight the benefits that the federation offers to members. The BFFF’s range of support services is far reaching and includes seminars and workshops, technical legislative and health & safety updates, early warnings on impending initiatives, assistance with sourcing issues and a range of membership benefits. Our mission is to promote and protect the interests of the frozen food industry. We expect that the event will also present a fantastic networking opportunity for all attendees.”

The Edgbaston seminar includes presentations from key BFFF members – including ASDA, Cargill Meats Europe and Hopwells Ltd. - to show how their business has benefitted from services provided by BFFF. The Glasgow seminar includes presentations from Iceland and Aulds Delicious Desserts Ltd. Canapés and refreshments will be served after each seminar.

Up to 70 attendees are expected per venue, and places are limited and issued on a first come first served basis. Any organisation interested in attending the event should contact Hazel Cranidge on or 01400 283090 or visit

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