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January 6, 2013

3rd Annual European Food Manufacturing & Safety Summit 2013

Food Manuf logo_3rd annualDate: February 11-12, 2013
Location: Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin, Noordwijk, Netherlands

Speaker: Francisco Redruello, Senior Food Analyst at Euromonitor International, will focus on agricultural commodity prices, highlighting recent pricing data and medium term forecasts. He will analyse the impact of agricultural and energy in-put costs on the supply chain of food manufacturers and suggest winning strategies to succeed in the current economic environment.

Event description:The European Food Manufacturing & Safety Summit 2013 attracts over 150+ senior level food and beverage professionals wanting to learn how to improve productivity, achieve continuous improvement and maximise food safety and quality whilst reducing costs throughout operations in a capital constrained world. Retailers are increasingly demanding affordable products from manufacturers, and it has never been more critical for food companies to do more with less, improve manufacturing processes, cut costs and maximize food quality and safety to stay competitive in the current climate.

This leading European Food Manufacturing & Safety Summit features leading professionals from multinationals as well as small companies allowing for a wide variety of networking opportunities and pre-arranged one-to-one meetings.  A wide selection of real life case studies, panel discussions and interactive sessions present new strategies and tools providing insights and support to enhance current food manufacturing & safety business activities.

Key topics include:

  • Lean, Opex and Cost Reduction
  • Talent and Employee Engagement
  • Food Quality and Safety
  • Sustainability Strategies

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