Campden BRI announces sampling seminar

19 Dec 2018

A Campden BRI seminar on 19 March will look at practical approaches and issues associated with sampling in the food industry. It will cover sampling for microorganisms and chemical and food safety.

Campden BRI announces sampling seminar

A Campden BRI seminar on 19 March will look at practical approaches and issues associated with sampling in the food industry. It will cover sampling for microorganisms and chemical and food safety, as well as how sampling applies to food safety systems.

Attendees will:

+ gather insights into sampling processes and procedures in a range of contexts

+ hear company views on sampling from Moy Park, Nestle, Premier Foods and McCormick

+ learn about sampling mistakes and errors, so they can be avoided

+ receive an update on sampling techniques and equipment used in the food industry

+ have an opportunity to have their sampling questions answered

Phil Voysey, Campden BRI’s lead on microbiology risk assessment and training, said, “Delegates will have an opportunity to learn about the role of sampling in relation to food safety and quality of food production and gain valuable insights into sampling processes and procedures in a range of contexts. They’ll also learn about common sampling mistakes and how to avoid them. All aspects associated with sampling, including its context in food safety management systems, will be covered.”

This seminar will, says Campden BRI, benefit those involved in obtaining and evaluating the safety and quality of food and drink production.