Finch are very pleased to announce that we are the headline sponsors of the Food and Drink Federation’s (FDF) Convention in March 2022.
The convention was due to take place in October 2021 but was rearranged due to the pandemic to allow the best chance for the event to go ahead due to COVID restrictions. It is now scheduled for 22 March 2022.
The FDF Convention is the place to be to hear about the big issues affecting the Food and Drink Industry. Join colleagues, peers and leading figures from the food and drink industry, as they offer a unique perspective into the key challenges and opportunities facing our sector.
One of the key industries Finch operates in is food and drink manufacturing so sponsoring this event is a real positive move for us. Equipped with years of experience working with the very small to the very large, across Europe, the UK and elsewhere, Finch can help you keep processes, machinery, and the environment safe.
With pragmatic experience from the shop floor to the courtroom, and true expertise in machinery safety, process safety and environmental management, we can help you assess the risks, and offer solutions. We will also adapt to your management systems so that we have a true partnership.
Whether you talk to us about growing, processing, packaging, transport, robots or cobots, Finch has the right expertise in consulting, training, forensic and legal support.
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) is the convenor, adviser and voice of the UK food & drink industry, the largest manufacturing sector in the country. They represent more than 800 food and drink companies, from global brands to thriving small businesses.
The FDF is a powerful unified voice for the industry and they act on their members’ behalf on the business-critical issues of the day. They communicate the industry’s values and concerns to Government, regulators, consumers and the media.
They also provide their members with a range of expertise and guidance including; food safety and science concerns, trade and regulatory policy, nutrition and health, sustainability including plastics and energy.
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