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Our experts at events

Our experts at events


Our staff regularly give presentations at external conferences and events. Coming up in the next few weeks we will have speakers at:



IAFP 2017 Annual meeting - 9th–12th July, Tampa, Florida, USA

Presentation - In defence of the European 100 CFU/g of Listeria monocytogenes limit in Ready-to-Eat foods - Roy Betts, Head of Microbiology, Campden BRI – click for session details

Presentation - Risk assessment for fresh produce: Issues faced while putting "Formal MRA" into industrial practice in the field - Roy Betts, Head of Microbiology, Campden BRI - click for session details

Presentation - Setting risk-based performance standards - Roy Betts, Head of Microbiology, Campden BRI - click for session details

Table discussion - FoodOmics: Stop using a steamroller to crack a nut! - contribution from Roy Betts, Head of Microbiology, Campden BRI – click for session details

Further information can be found on the event website.

IGD workshop - 10th July, Sainsburys, Holborn, London

Presentation - Consumer behaviour in response to nutrition information - Sarah Thomas, Innovation & Insights, Campden BRI

Presentation - Nutrition and health claims - regulatory overview - Alison Sharper, Food Law Advisor, Campden BRI

Interactive session - To taste or not to taste? That is the question! - Sue Purcell, Sensory Training, Campden BRI

Register your interest here.

12th Pangborn Sensory Science Symposium- 20th–24th August, Rhode Island Convention Centre, Rhode Island, USA

Poster presentations from Campden BRI:

How can TCATA help drive product formulation and more? A case study with sensory and consumer assessors - Peter Burgess, Head of Consumer & Sensory Science

How a nationwide survey helped industry operators in the UK to understand their consumers - Sarah Thomas, Innovation & Insights

Getting the method right: A comparative study of six sensory methods for the evaluation of a moderate sized sample set - Marleen Chambault, Research Scientist

What method for characterising a large sample set? A comparative study with sensory assessors - Marleen Chambault, Research Scientist

A combined consumer application of Triadic-PSP and CATA to assess consumers' health perception of food products based on packaging cues - Robyn Perry, Innovation & Insights

Find out more on the event website.

British Nutrition Foundation conference – Who is shaping the food choices of the future? - 12th October, Governors' Hall, St Thomas' Hospital, London

Presentation - How innovation is helping to deliver the public health and sustainability agendas - reformulation – Emma Hanby, Product Innovation Manager, Campden BRI

To see the full programme, go to the event website.