Meadow Foods, an independent dairy group, has signed up five of its technical managers to the Society of Food Hygiene & Technology’s (SOFHT) High Five membership category.
Designed to enable technical managers from across an organisation to keep up to date with food safety issues and legislation, SOFHT High Five Membership was the brainchild of the SOFHT chair Catherine Watkinson.
The package which is open to technical team players such as hygiene managers, QC managers, food technologists, lab managers and quality auditors – includes the ability to sit on the SOFHT Hygiene in Focus Working Group and the Technical Forum/Working Party Group.
Watkinson said: “SOFHT wants to encourage a broad spectrum of technical managers representing one organisation, in order to drive best practice among business and the food industry as a whole.”
The cost for High Five new membership grade is £295 for five members.
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