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Appetite for Engineering event rescheduled for March

Appetite for Engineering event rescheduled for March

The Appetite for Engineering event and the Food Processing Awards, originally set to be staged on 15 October 2020, have both been rescheduled for the 31 March 2021 – the venues remain the same. Commenting on the news, Trevor Southerden, event manager for Appetite for...

Let’s talk about overcoming challenges together

Let’s talk about overcoming challenges together

Suzanne Gill gathers thoughts about the Appetite for Engineering event from some of this years sponsors. We think that this year Appetite for Engineering will have additional importance for the food and beverage industry – in addition to both educating and inspiring...

Food Processing Awards 2020: Open for nominations!

Food Processing Awards 2020: Open for nominations!

We are starting early this year! Nominations are now open for entry into the annual Food Processing Awards, which acknowledge and engineering excellence and innovation in the food and beverage processing sector. This year the award ceremony will be held at the...

Appetite for Engineering event rescheduled for March

Appetite for Engineering 2020 date announced

The date for Appetite for Engineering 2020 has now been set! Please mark 15th October 2020 in your diary. The venue remains the same – the Manufacturing Technology Centre in Ansty Park, Coventry. If you have any ideas for themes and areas that you would like us to...

Another successful Appetite for Engineering event

Another successful Appetite for Engineering event

Appetite for Engineering 2019 took place on 17th October at the MTC in Coventry. We had 150 delegates on the day, over one-third of which came from end-user food manufacturing companies. We had a great turnout for an industry that often finds it difficult to take any...

Get advice on avoiding product recalls

Get advice on avoiding product recalls

We have just had confirmation that Chris Edwards, OBE, head of quality at Müller UK & Ireland, will be speaking at this year's Appetite for Engineering. He will be discussing the important role played by quality engineering to help avoid the plague of the food...

Appetite for Engineering 2019 takes shape

Appetite for Engineering 2019 takes shape

This year’s Appetite for Engineering event will once again take place at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Ansty Park, Coventry, on 17th October. The keynote speaker at the event this year will be Ian Wright, chief executive of the Food and Drink...

Appetite for Engineering is now CPD Certified!

Appetite for Engineering is now CPD Certified!

We are delighted to announce that Appetite for Engineering, the UK’s foremost food and beverage engineering event, is now accredited for the Continuous Professional Development programme. The event, which takes place at the MTC in Coventry on 18th October, has been...

Appetite for Engineering event rescheduled for March

Join the food engineering debate

On 18 October at the Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry, the Appetite for Engineering 2018 event will once again bring the UK food and beverage industry together to debate topical food engineering issues. Appetite for Engineering provides a stimulating...

About Appetite for Engineering

Appetite for Engineering inspires senior executives from all areas of the food and beverage production sector to adopt innovative approaches to ensuring their continuing success in this competitive sector.

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