Campden BRI expands international regulatory affairs team
Campden BRI has recruited another two Food Law Advisors to its international regulatory affairs team. The appointments are part of the company’s ongoing expansion of regulatory support and labelling services to cover even more European and major international markets.
Noelia Rodrigo and Vladas Cinga are fluent in five different languages and will help Campden BRI meet growing a demand from the food and drink industry to keep abreast of and comply with ongoing legislation changes overseas.
Noelia is a native Spanish speaker and specialises in food legislation in Spain, Portugal and some Latin American countries. She joins Campden BRI from the Food Standards Agency where she gained valuable knowledge of food hygiene legislation in meat and meat processing plants.
Vladas speaks Lithuanian, Russian and French. After graduating with an MSc in Food Technology he has worked in industrial research and development and academia around the world.
Caroline Walker, Director of Regulatory Affairs at Campden BRI said, "We have almost doubled the size of our regulatory affairs team in the last year. We are delighted to have Vladas and Noelia onboard to provide our members and clients with the international legislative advice, training and consultation services they need."