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Joint Technical Group Meeting - 17th October 2018

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Campden BRI 
Station Rd, Chipping Campden GL55 6LD


Wednesday 17th October, 2018

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Presentations to the Joint Technical Forum 6 April 2016

The April meeting of the Joint Technical Forum was hosted by our friends Planglow [link to their member listing] in the wonderful science attraction @Britsol.

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The Implications of EC Proposals for Reducing Residual Levels of QAC’s

Presentation made by Dr. John Holah, Technical Director, Holchem Laboratories Ltd. at the Technical Forum Meeting on 1st October 2014.

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Renewable Energy Association presentation

Presentation made by Gaynor Hartnell, of the Renewable Energy Association at the technical forum on 1st October 2014.

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The gluten-free opportunity presentation

Presentation made by James Garman, of Coeliac UK on the 1st October 2014 at the latest technical forum.

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New Salt Targets Ahead

The Department of Health has started discussions with the industry on new salt targets for a variety of foods, including sandwiches. The British Sandwich Association is currently liaising with members over the viability of their proposals which would add maximums to the current targets.

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Guidance Notes on the Labelling of Sandwiches and food to go products, including hot food items

This set of guidelines for labelling sandwiches and food to go products under the new Food Information regulations has been published by the British Sandwich & Food to Go Association. (Correct as at 2nd May 2018).

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Salt Reduction in Packaged Sandwiches - Letter to Dr Jebb

Salt Reduction in Packaged Sandwiches - Letter to Dr Jebb

This is a letter sent to Dr. Susan Jebb from the Obesity and Food Policy Branch concerning proposed new salt targets.

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