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Cambridge Consultants to speak at Appetite for Engineering

01 July 2013

Food Processing is pleased to announce the addition of Edward Brunner from top product development firm Cambridge Consultants as a speaker at this year’s Appetite for Engineering. 

Cambridge Consultants is one of the most sought after companies for the food and beverage sectors and Edward is group leader of the Industrial and Scientific Group. He also leads the company's Food, Beverage and other FMCG categories business.

Innovative developments and new technologies will be one the main focuses during the Efficiency section of A4E 2013 and Cambridge Consultants is at the hub of this research. Once such design is a new low cost, environmentally-friendly foaming technology that could banish potentially harmful emissions from aerosols.

A mechanical engineer by background, over his eight years at Cambridge Consultants Edward has worked on a wide range of consumer and industrial product and systems developments as a design engineer and project manager. 

He now looks after a group of systems and analytical engineers of mechanical and electronic disciplines and oversees projects where the company is looking to deliver fluids in interesting ways with novel packaging and appliance designs.
 
Other speakers at A4E include top level food industry experts, such as: Groceries Code Adjudicator, Christine Tacon CBE; Justine Fosh, Chief Executive of the National Skills Academy for Food & Drink; and Professor Val Braybrooks MBE, Dean of University of Lincoln.

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