Posted 4 April 2002THE FINAL arrangements are now in place for the national Food Chain Conference on 'Quality, Safety and the Future' that takes place at Harper Adams University College, Shropshire, next week.
Around 100 delegates are expected to attend the Food Chain Conference, which will take place between 10am and 4.45pm on Tuesday, April 9. A minute's silence will be observed during the conference opening as a mark of respect for the Queen Mother.
Two last minute changes to the conference programme mean that Professor Mac Johnson, Professor of Veterinary Public Health and Head of Animal and Public Health Division at the Royal Veterinary College, University of London, will now speak about the role of the farm as the first part of the food chain.
In addition, Deirdre Hutton, Chair of the National Consumer Council and a member of the group who worked to prepare the Curry Report, will now deliver the keynote speech.
Notes to Editors:
1) Photo-call: The speakers at the Harper Adams Food Chain Conference will be dining at Goldstone Hall, Market Drayton, on the evening of Monday, April 8, and will be available for photographs if required.
2) Interviews: Conference Organiser Ralph Early, lecturer and specialist in food science for Harper Adams, is available for comment and further information on 01 952 815 365 or by E-mail: email@example.com
3) Invitation: Reporters, photographers and other members of the press are welcome to attend the Harper Adams Food Chain Conference. If you wish to attend, please contact Nick Barnes on 01 952 815 371 to confirm.
4) Further Information: Please contact Ralph Early on 01 952 815 365, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or log on to: http://www.harper-adams.ac.uk/v3/short/food/food.htm