Future in Food 2016

23rd of November, Croke Park

Today, sustainability is the driving force behind many companies. Understanding that this is a increasingly important factor when choosing suppliers and companies to do business with has never been more of a key business strategy. Sustainability within the food and drinks processing and manufacturing sector has never been more important! For many years larger organisations have been realising the fact that environmental policies and energy efficiencies within processing is directly related to the bottom line! Reducing energy costs, carbon footprint and waste during the process of food stuffs can have a significant impact on the profitability of a facility. Additionally, as food manufacturers and their clients supply chains becomes more and more entwined they find themselves under increased pressure to reduce their carbon footprint. Future in Food Ireland brings together like-minded management from Ireland’s food & drinks processing industry to openly discuss the important issue of sustainability, waste management, water treatment and energy efficiency.

Join over 300 sustainability professionals working within the Irish food processing industry and hear from National & International organisations on how they have achieved high levels of energy, waste and water management.

www.futureinfood.ie

What to expect from our Keynote Speakers?

Lean Processing/Lean Transformation

Sustainable Import/Exports oImmerging Markets

The Origin Green Programme

Continuous Improvement Programmes

Marketing your Sustainability

Raw Material Sourcing: Supplier Certification, Sustainability Initiatives

Manufacturing Process: Energy Emissions, Waste, Water, Biodiversity

Social Sustainability: Health & Nutrition, Community Initiatives, Employee Wellbeing

Keynote Speakers

Conor Molloy – Event Chairman – EMPI

Minister Michael Creed – Dept. of Agriculture, Marine & Food

Richard Alexander – Industrial Manager – Calor Ireland

Nigel McGuire – Director of Development – McDonalds Restaurants

Chris Travis – EHS Cluster Manager – Kerry Food Group

Richard Keagan – FIEI Manager – Enterprise Ireland

Keith Bonner – Sustainability Director – Irish Fish Canners

Una Fitzgibbon – Director of Marketing Services – Origin Green

John Curran – Head of Sustainability – Musgrave Group

Gary Nugent – EHS. Manager – Rosderra Irish Meats

Mark Haughey – Sustainability Manager – Coca Cola (HBC)

James Cherry – Grp. Environmental Manager – Greencore

Brian Donovan – Six Sigma Manager – Mondelez Production

Brian Shiel – HSE Lead – Wyeth Nutrition (Nestle)

Majella Kelleher – Energy Demand Management – SEAI

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