Here on My Food Trust, we like to bring you content about food fraud, but also how to fight it. I try to go too as many events, conferences as possible on the matter. And Food Integrity 2020 is definitely one that´s highlighted in my calendar.
New Food’s successful Food Fraud event evolves for 2020 into Food Integrity, hosted at Twickenham stadium, London on 18-19 March.
But what is ´Integrity´? It is the “quality of being honest and having strong moral principles that you refuse to change”, according to the Cambridge Dictionary. It is an admirable trait and much desired – and expected – from the food and beverage supply chain. New Food and My Food Trust recognises the importance of integrity and it is only through discussion and working together that we can create a global supply chain that meets such standards.
What can you expect?
That is why this event will see over +400 food and beverage leaders coming together from across the world. The two-day conference will explore the crucial challenges the industry is facing, with experts sharing and debating the biggest issues, and offering their experience and solutions.
I like that the conference combines practical panel discussions, case studies and plenary sessions, providing delegates the perfect opportunity to ask questions and gain insight.
Food safety advocate Professor Chris Elliott will be chairing the conference: “The discussions and debate will be lively, if not a little heated, at our conference…and that is the way I like it! So why not register today to join the most important food conference of the year?”
To discover more information about Food Integrity 2020, download the full programme and to book your ticket, visit the website: www.foodintegrityevent.com.
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