Meat and poultry: challenges and solutions
Posted: 23 January 2013 | Campden BRI | No comments yet
For many people, meat is an important source of proteins, vitamins and minerals in their diet…
SEMINAR 21 March 2013 at Campden BRI – PROGRAMME AND REGISTRATION.
For many people, meat is an important source of proteins, vitamins and minerals in their diet. However, meat is a complex and variable raw material and the industry faces many challenges delivering high quality products of suitable shelf life to the consumer, whilst addressing legislative and environmental requirements.
This seminar will address some of these challenges. In particular, it will bring delegates up to date on:
- Changing requirements for the on- and off-label provision of consumer information about meat and meat products.
- Analytical testing for genetic and geographical origin.
- Animal Feed Issues
- Antimicrobials and antibiotic resistance
- EFSA’s role in pathogen reduction and meat inspection.
- The Integrated Measurement of Meat Eating Quality (IMEQ)
- Environmental impacts of the livestock sector: not just the Carbon Footprint
VENUE: Campden BRI, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 6LD, UK
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The seminar will be of interest to technical, quality and production personnel involved in labelling, sourcing animal feed, the measurement and delivery of meat quality, bulk cooked meat manufacturers, those responsible for environmental issues, retailers and the food service sector.
FULL PROGRAMME, MORE INFORMATION AND TO BOOK.
EXHIBITION SPACE – table top exhibition space will be available. Please complete the PDF to book.
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