Organisers, Sponsors & Partners
Forum Europe www.forum-europe.com
Forum Europe is the leading EU dedicated conference and event provider. Founded in 1989 and with offices at the heart of the European Union in Brussels, Forum Europe specialises in EU focussed political and economic conferences and debates. We work successfully with businesses, institutions, NGOs and governments alike while organising our own portfolio of sector leading events.
The Forum Europe team consists of multilingual EU policy and events specialists and our strategic services can maintain and develop your networks at EU level while delivering forums where key issues can be aired and debated.
You can find out more about us by going to www.forum-europe.com.
Coca-Cola Europe www.thecoca-colacompany.com
The Coca-Cola Company and its bottling partners worldwide manufacture, distribute and sell non-alcoholic drinks to refresh and hydrate people, with moments of simple pleasure – more than 1.7 billion times per day. In Europe, we nurture 140 brands, from sparkling and still soft drinks to juices, energy drinks and waters.
ESA - The European Snacks Association www.esa.org.uk
The European Snacks Association is Europe's only trade organisation dedicated to advancing the savoury snacks industry.
Founded in 1961, our members are national and international snack producers and industry suppliers, who together are involved in the manufacture of all possible varieties of savoury snacks.
ESA represents member companies’ interests before the European Commission, the European Parliament and other key bodies, and is proactive in its anticipation and fielding of potential issues of relevance to the industry.
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The Choices Programme www.choicesprogramme.org
The Choices Programme is a global, front-of-pack initiative which helps consumers to easily select healthy food and beverage options. As an industry initiated, multi-stakeholder programme, it was introduced in response to the World Health Organization’s call for food industry to help tackle the growing problem of obesity and noncommunicable diseases around the world. The Programme fosters healthy consumer choice and healthy product innovation within all sectors of the food industry, and its impact is documented in several independent scientific studies. The Choices logo is currently found on approximately 7000 food and beverage products of more than 130 companies. In Europe, programmes are established in Czech Republic and Slovakia, Poland, The Netherlands and Belgium.
Food and Drink Federation http://www.fdf.org.uk/
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) is the voice of the UK food and drink industry, the largest manufacturing sector in the UK. Our members take their responsibilities seriously - to employees, to consumers and to the environment around them – and are committed to playing a full part in improving public health
Grayling is the second largest independent Public Relations, Public Affairs, Investor Relations and Events consultancy in the world. Our vibrant communications network comprising 70 offices in 40 countries works seamlessly in the US, Western and Eastern Europe, Eurasia, the Middle East and Asia Pacific to create tailored and effective programmes which deliver on our promises to clients.
Situated in the heart of Brussels’ EU quarter, Grayling Belgium is a leading and fully integrated communications consultancy specialising in Public Relations, Public Affairs, Investor Relations, and Event and Association Management. Whenever you need to communicate in any form, to any audience, Grayling Belgium is there - at the nexus of media, commerce, governments, and technology - to allow you to enter or initiate a debate and then lead and influence the outcome. Visit us online at www.grayling.be.
EU Food Policy www.eufoodpolicy.eu
EU Food Policy brings you the latest news from Brussels each week on food issues. Our breaking news service delivers quick news reports on important stories. The online newsletter on a Friday reports on what has happened at the European Commission, European Parliament and Council that week. We save you time, and money.
EU Food Law www.eurofoodlaw.com
A leading weekly publication and online service devoted to examining the legal aspects of international food production, advertising and sales, EU Food Law provides reliable and authoritative information to assist you in protecting your business.
Published weekly in print, and available online via www.eurofoodlaw.com (with an archive going back to 2003) EU Food Law gives you in-depth and incisive analyses of the key developments in international food law. When you subcribe to EU Food Law you will receive:
• Weekly reports - examining relevant new developments worldwide
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• Full access to the searchable archive of all reports published since 2003
An essential resource for those responsible and involved with food safety, senior executives in the food industry, national food authorities, and consumer organisations, EU Food Law is a vital tool, helping you stay up-to-date and keep ahead of changing regulation across the world, including the latest developments across Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas.
With EU Food Law you can ensure you are always 100% informed about contemporary changes in food law. EU Food Law covers the following subject areas, and more:
• Food safety and labelling
• Health and nutrition claims
• Genetically modified food
• Food and drink advertising
• Food law enforcements
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