From December 2019 newsletter
New member-funded research projects for 2020
Each year our members decide how we should invest over £2 million of their membership fees on research that can help their companies succeed.
Twenty-three member-funded research projects are ongoing and this year our members have chosen
the following new projects to complement them:
- Better factory hygiene: microbial population dynamics in food factories
- Bridging the gap between objective measurements and sensory perception
- Consumer acceptance of new and emerging ingredients
- Demonstrating control of Listeria within ready-to-eat foods
- Quality and safety of cereal-based products and ingredients for the food and brewing industry
- Reuse of packaging
- Technologies for detection of foreign bodies and internal defects
- Vegan / vegetarian foods - help with the challenges
This complements a wealth of research funded by individual companies, groups of companies and government funding agencies. These are listed
in our Research Programme 2020.
Contact: Craig Leadley
About Craig Leadley
Craig Leadley has a PhD from the University of Birmingham on the subject of high pressure sterilisation and a degree in food technology
from the University of Reading. Craig has worked at Campden BRI since 1996. Read more...