OPPORTUNITIES and risks will be on agenda at the Food and Drink Federation’s first Sustainability Convention, which takes place at the British Museum in London on 21 October.
The event will feature presentations from: Karen Hamilton, vice president of sustainability at Unilever; Glyn Davies, executive director of global programmes at environmental organisation WWF; Jonathan Horrell, director of sustainability at Mondelez International; and Inder Poonaji, head of sustainability at Nestlé.
Delegates will hear from experts on sustainability challenges facing the food industry, cover policy debates in the UK and EU and discuss how to communicate sustainability to shoppers. There will also be sessions on building the factory of the future and practical steps for companies of all sizes.
Delegate rates are £350+VAT for FDF members and £450+VAT for non-members. More info is at www.fdf.org.uk