Nestlé and Marks & Spencer will explain their expectations of the packaging supply chain. Other speakers include speakers from the European printing ink association, Incpen, the Food and Drink Federation, lead sponsor Sun Chemical, Coveris, and Chris Whitehead, BCF’s printing inks consultant.
The summit will cover the latest regulatory landscape in Europe impacting food safety, the Circular Economy and challenges facing carton printing, flexible packaging and how to minimize the risks of migration.
The Summit takes place at Stationers’ Hall in London, and the program is available at £95 for members of related trade associations. Sponsor slots are now sold out – lead sponsor Sun Chemical, plus Ashland Industries Europe GmbH, BYK-Gardner QC Instruments, Flint Group, hubergroup UK, Paragon Inks (Holdings) Ltd and X-Rite Europe GmbH.
To secure a place at the event, visit www.britishprint.com/FoodPackagingSummit2016.