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Ashfords LLP is delighted to be sponsoring the Society of Food Hygiene and Technology's (SOFHT) Breakfast Club on 22 September 2016 in London.
The event will be looking at the implications of Brexit to the food industry, including talks from two leading industry experts; Jerry Houseago (Consulting Director at NSF International) and Ian Thomas (Regulatory Barrister at 6 Pump Court).
The session will cover the current governance and structure of the EU, and subsequent scenarios within the UK in relation to legislative framework and food law reform.
The Director of HSEQ at Ashfords said: "We are delighted to be hosting this event here at our London office with SOFHT. It is a chance for businesses and members of SOFHT to get together and discuss the implications that Brexit may have on the food industry."
Su Werran, Operations Director commented: "We are looking forward to seeing everyone at the Brexit Breakfast Club and are grateful to Ashfords LLP for their support and for hosting this event."