15 October 2013
SCI's Food Group & SCI's Thames and Kennet Group in collaboration with Accumentia and Vital Six
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It's three years since the Government signed businesses up to the Responsibility Deal, which aims to tap into the potential for businesses and other influential organisations to make a significant contribution to improving public health by helping us to create the right environment.
This seminar will ask; Where are we now? What has happened and what is in the pipeline?
Networking and light refreshments will follow the talks.
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Professor Julie A Lovegrove, University of Reading - 'Research into Nutrition Requirements'
Dr Julian Cooper, Head of Science, A B Sugar -'The Value in Foods and the Potential Pitfalls of Misunderstanding its Replacement'
Professor Ray Winger, Managing Director of Cuisine For Me -'Founding Cuisine For Me, a range of food suitable for those requiring a low salt diet, and the technical hurdles faced along the way'
Vitalsix and Accumentia work together to provide the opportunity for businesses, academics and researchers to learn more about the challenges faced with bringing new research and technologies to market in the food & life sciences industry.