Appetite for Engineering
October 19th, 2017
Manufacturing Technology Centre, Coventry
The UK’s leading food and beverage sector engineering forum!
Now in its 10th year, Appetite for Engineering was created to provide the UK food and beverage manufacturing industry with a forum to network with peers and industry experts, while learning about engineering developments and successful implementations.
Every year senior executives from all areas of the food and beverage production sector come together at Appetite for Engineering to discuss challenges and opportunities and they leave inspired to consider new solutions to tackle old production problems and to adopt more innovative and novel approaches to ensure their continuing success in this competitive sector.
Meet our speakers
Dr Nicholas Watson
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Engineering, University of Nottingham
Nestlé Category Sustainability Manager
Food Technical Consultant
Dr Craig Leadley
Department of Food Manufacturing Technologies, Campden BRI
Appetite for Engineering is made possible thanks to the support of our sponsors
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10.00 SESSION 1 – Moving towards the Smart Food Factory
12.00 SESSION 2 – Food Safety & Hygiene
14.00 SESSION 3 – Energy & Environment
15.30 SESSION 4 – People & Skills Development
Manufacturing Technology Centre, Ansty Park, Coventry CV7 9JU
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