Gluten Free Industry Day 2019

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We want to share our expertise and knowledge and bring together the people and businesses leading on gluten free in today’s allergen landscape. We’d love you to join us for a day of valuable industry insights where you will:
  • Hear from industry leaders in food policy speaking about the current regulation around gluten free and what Natasha’s law means for the future of gluten free industry 
  • Understand the value of the gluten free market including new data gained from our latest Eating Out and Shopping Habits member surveys
  • Listen to our panel of expert speakers talk about gluten free and how it fits in to their business
  • Meet the people who have had great success adopting our GF Accreditation and Crossed Grain Product certification schemes through interactive afternoon sessions
  • Take away key learnings, access to presentation overviews, and an executive summary of our surveys

Date:    Tuesday 3 December
Time:    09.00-16.30
Venue:  The British Motor Museum, Gaydon, Warwick, CV35 0BJ
Target:  Caterers, manufacturers, retailers, food service and industry nutritionists/dietitians with a specific interest in gluten free provision

Our Gluten Free Industry Day gives you the chance to hear from the experts, broaden your network by meeting with peers, discuss topical issues surrounding gluten free and food safety and learn first-hand from real life case studies and interactive workshops.

In one day, in one room you’ll hear from:

Tim Smith, Food Safety Adviser for Pret a Manger
Alex Rowberry, Consumer Insight Director, Kantar
Hilary Croft, CEO, Coeliac UK
Norma McGough, Director of Policy, Research and Campaigns, Coeliac UK
Grace Coates, Free From Buying Manager, Asda Stores Ltd
Chris Hook, Head of Marketing, Warburtons 
Rupi Zani Director of Quality and Safety, PizzaExpress

Price: Secure your place now for £75 +VAT 

Book now via Eventbrite

or call us 01494 796137 to pay via invoice

This event is sponsored by:

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