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Food and drink industry training courses

Practical analytical training in biochemistry, chemistry and microbiology

This course is suitable for analytical staff, managers and food technologists who need to be able to calculate meat content confidently.

Next Date: 11 October 2017: Cost: member £575 + VAT non - member £745 + VAT

Next Date: 28 November 2017: Cost: member £325 + VAT non - member £435 + VAT

Next Date: 19 October 2017: Cost: member £325 + VAT non - member £435 + VAT

This seminar will cover advances in genomic, proteomic and metabolomic approaches. It will give an insight into the pros and cons of targeted and non-targeted methods and provide information on rapid methods suitable for uptake by industry. There will be key presenters from UK and European research groups, industry and technology companies.

Next Date: 10 October 2017: Cost: member £325 + VAT non - member £435 + VAT

This  one day workshop will provide insight into species detection in the light of the horse meat crisis of 2013 and the consequent testing requirements and new Food Standard´s Agency recommendations concerning meat cross-contamination thresholds and BRC requirements on authenticity and traceability of food ingredients.  

This course is available as a tailored option for those who have a number of staff who would benefit from the training. If you would like more information please complete the enquiry form