Campden BRI (London) is hosting a seminar to help answer the above question. Campden BRI provides practical scientific, technical, regulatory and information support for the food and drink industry.
Location: London, UK
Date: Tuesday 19th March 2019
Who should attend: Food and drink industry, including retailers, SMEs, start-ups, those working in new product development, packaging manufacturers and technologists, food marketing experts, commercial and technical managers in the food industry and anyone who is involved in shelf life testing.
Cost: Members of Campden BRI: Stg £250 plus VAT. Non-members: Stg £350 plus VAT
Content Summary and Speakers:
Sustainable Packaging Options to Maintain the Shelf Life of Foods – Lynneric Potter, Campden BRI
Reframing the plastics debate: a use phase approach – Emma Burlow, Chartered Institute of Wastes Management (CIWM)
On-Pack Recycling Label scheme – stepping up to the circular economy – Alice Harlock, OPRL
Packaging Design for End of Life – Richard McKinlay, Axion Group
The Effect of Shelf Life Extension on Household Waste: the case of packaged fresh foods – Lara Manzocco, University of Udine, Italy