Campden BRI adds two more international food law advisors
Posted: 17 December 2015 | Victoria White | No comments yet
The new international food law advisors have native language skills for China and Japan to meet a growing demand from industry to keep abreast of and comply with ongoing legislation changes in those countries…
Campden BRI has appointed two international food law advisors with native language skills for China and Japan to meet a growing demand from industry to keep abreast of and comply with ongoing legislation changes in those countries.
Campden BRI specialises in the practical application of technical excellence to support the food and allied industries through analysis and testing, operational support, research and innovation, and knowledge management. It is the world’s largest membership-based food research organisation, with over 2400 members from around 80 countries.
Its activities include assuring the safety of food and drinks, food processing and manufacturing support, food analysis and testing, training and publishing. Each year it hosts hundreds of business visits and trains around 6,000 people from food and drink companies worldwide.
New food law advisors bring significant regulatory experience
Xiangwen He and Asako Nagata provide international support for the food and drink industry for the world’s major export markets including China and Japan. Xiangwen is fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese, while Asako Nagata is a native Japanese speaker. They both bring with them significant industry and regulatory experience.
Steve Spice, Head of Regulatory Affairs at Campden BRI said: “We offer a full suite of regulatory support and labelling services for Europe and major international markets and are delighted to be expanding our coverage to include China and Japan. Xiangwen and Asako join our team of international food law advisors, which is supported by a network of international advisors, giving us global coverage.”