Food and drink seminar: Latest key issues for your sector

United Kingdom

The food and drink sector continues to attract media speculation and consumer pressure. The changing face of the industry will affect us all and continues to put more demands on manufacturers and retailers.

What can we expect from the grocery market inquiry? What claims can be made about the nutritional value of so-called healthy products? And what are the dangers facing organisations seeking to gain competitive advantage through over zealous sales forces?

As well as covering key issues the seminar is an opportunity to network with representatives from other leading food and drink manufacturers and retailers.

The programme

The event will be held at our London office on Thursday 8th June 2006.

Registration is from 3.30pm – 4pm and the event is scheduled to finish at 5.30pm.

Seminar discussion topics are:

  • Grocery market inquiry: Another waste of time and money? Julian Hunt, Editor of The Grocer
  • Acquisition anecdotes for your sectorLouise Wallace, Head of Consumer Products
  • Competing fairly: Ensuring your sales force is competition law compliant John Markham, Competition Solicitor
  • Health and nutritional claimsJessica Burt, Food law specialist

Drinks and canapés served


If you would like to attend this seminar please send your details to Suzanne Pearce by e-mail to [email protected] or contact her by phone on 020 7367 3756. There is no charge for this briefing, but places are limited so please reply as soon as possible.