Places available at BB roundtable

first_imgBritish Baker is holding a round-table, The Big Bakery Debate: Saturated Fat and Calories Consultation, on Wednesday 21 October at the Landmark Hotel, London, and is keen to hear from industry representatives who would like to attend.The event will centre on an open discussion with Food Standards Agency (FSA) decision-makers over its current consultation on saturated fat and calorie intake, launched this summer, which focuses on biscuits, cakes, pastries and buns.The debate will be chaired by Paul Wilkinson, former executive chairman of RHM and current chair of Big Bear, Produce World and Improve. Rosemary Hignet, who is heading up the FSA consultation, will be speaking at the event, so make sure you are there to get your voice and opinions heard. The conference will begin with coffee at 8.45am, followed by the chair’s welcome and presentations. There will then be a discussion period from 10.15-12.30 before a buffet lunch and networking opportunities, ready for a 2pm finish.The key issues discussed at the event will be presented to the FSA by British Baker on the industry’s behalf, in time for the 3 November deadline. If you are interested in attending or would like to find out more, please contact Sonia Young, by email: [email protected] or by phone: 01293 846507.last_img read more

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PREMIUMGovernment delays incentives for foreign tourists after COVID-19 hits Indonesia

first_imgLog in with your social account LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Forgot Password ? Google Facebook Topics : Linkedin The government has decided to hold off on giving out incentives to attract foreign tourists after it was announced that there were two confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Indonesia.Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Wishnutama Kusubandio said the postponement would take place until the pneumonia-like illness is contained.“For now, we will focus on handling foreign tourists that enter Indonesia, while improving the quality of our tourist destinations through [maintaining] environmental sustainability, health and hygiene and safety and security,” Wishnutama said in a statement on Monday.   Read also: State budget deficit to widen as government counters virus effects: Sri MulyaniAt the time, he added, the government would also implement preventive and risk mitigation measures so that the disease would not spread in the country while increasing su… COVID-19 Tourism-and-Creative-Economy-Ministry Wishnutama incentives tourism-industry foreign-touristslast_img read more

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