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Bertrand Edmond

Bertrand Emond is Head of Membership & Training at Campden BRI, the world’s largest independent provider of practical scientific, technical, regulatory and information support to the food, drink and allied industries. Campden BRI currently serves over 2400 member companies, ranging from large international businesses to small individual operations, in 75 countries worldwide. Founded in 1919, it now offers a wide range of analysis and testing services as well as operational support underpinned by a vigorous programme of research and innovation and disseminated through extensive knowledge management activities - including publishing leading industry guidance. Many of its activities are independently accredited. Bertrand holds a Master of Food Science & Technology and a Master of Business Administration. For the past 25 years, Bertrand has been helping companies of all sizes from all parts of the agri-food chain to survive and grow. He has taken part in a number of local, regional, national and international initiatives aiming to support businesses with respect to Quality, Safety, Efficiency and Innovation. He is passionate about supporting the industry in the area of skills, knowledge, competency, culture and continuing professional development, as well as promoting career opportunities in the food industry to talented young people.

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Brexit and the Food Industry: A Perspective from UK's Campden BRI

Posted by Bertrand Edmond

Jul 28 2016
Jul 28 2016

A month ago, something extraordinary happened in the United Kingdom – an event that is projected to have an enormous impact on both European and global trade. It is fair to say that the Brexit result came as a shock to all, including its supporters! Nobody seemed to have actually planned for it. The UK has been a member of the European Union (EU) since 1973, and now longstanding business arrangements will be disrupted, the food industry being no exception. There are many issues for the food industry to consider as we wait to see how the dust settles.

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