23rd February 2021, 14:00 to 15:00 @ Online
In this webinar, Catriona Liddle from Queen Margaret University’s Scottish Centre for Food Development & Innovation, and Joanne Burns, Reformulation for Health Manager at the Food and Drink Federation Scotland (FDFS), will lead a discussion on how food and drink businesses in the Highlands and Islands can reformulate and make their products and recipes healthier.
The discussion will cover topics such as the public health challenge of improving dietary health, and the Scottish Government’s Reformulation for Health Programme, through to consumer insights and the response to market and customer demands for healthier products. We’ll also hear from businesses seeking to innovate and reformulate their products and ingredients.
There will be an opportunity for discussion with the speaker panel, which also includes David Gass from the Highland Food and Drink Innovation Network, and Natalie Dillon, Development Manager Food and Drink at HIE.
Catriona Liddle, from the Scottish Centre for Food Development & Innovation, runs a variety of new product development and reformulation for health projects with the Scottish food and drink sector.
Joanne Burns, FDFS Reformulation for Health Manager, works across Scotland to deliver reformulation solutions for the sector, working closely with trade bodies and Regional Food Groups.
Please register online by 5pm, Monday 22 February to secure your webinar spot.
Register to attend now using this link