Food Integrity 2020 is postponed

We have made the difficult decision, after careful consideration and the recent escalation of events related to the Coronavirus outbreak, to postpone Food Integrity, originally scheduled for 18-19 March in London, United Kingdom.

This decision has not been taken lightly, but in the current circumstances, we feel that this is the only possible course of action to ensure the safety of all our stakeholders.

We appreciate your understanding in these unprecedented times and we will soon confirm a suitable alternative date in the autumn.

Please contact us with any questions you may have.


Why attend Food Integrity

Building on the success of New Food’s Food Fraud events, now in its fourth year Food Integrity will explore some of the toughest questions the industry is facing. Leaders from the food and beverage sector will debate the challenges facing the sector and share their lessons and solutions.

Fresh insights

Hear strategic insights on topics including mitigating risk, supply chain management and building consumer trust.

Best practice

Identify new testing trends and data management strategies to add value to your food products and strengthen the integrity of your brand.

Technology vision

Assess how the application of innovative technology is advancing food production, quality and sustainability.

New connections

Feel inspired and broaden your network. You’ll leave equipped with new contacts to share ideas, collaborate and do business with.

Food Integrity delegates

What our previous attendees say...

PRICING PLANS Register for Food Integrity 19 - 23 April 2021

Early Bird Prices available until 8th March 2021




Food Manufacturers / Ingredient Suppliers / Retailers / Local Authorities / Government




Technology / Consultancy / Legal Companies

Academic/SME/Testing Lab

Academic/SME/Testing Lab


Academic / Food Testing Laboratories / Start-up

Academic/SME/Testing Lab

Queen’s University Belfast

Professor Chris Elliott, Professor of Food Safety


Nemanja Vukanic, Head of Technical and Quality


Nick Cornwell, Head of Technical – Delicious Food

innocent drinks

Konstantina Karagkika, Central Technical Team Leader

Groupe Danone

Yves Rey, Corporate Quality General Manager

Royal Agricultural University

Professor Louise Manning, Professor in Agri-food and Supply Chain Security

Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Ltd

Stephen Batchford, Science, Technical Insights and Policy Manager

Nestlé S.A.

Benjamin Diep, Food Safety Microbiologist

William Jackson Food Group

Gavin Milligan, ESG Director

Food Standards Agency

Julie Pierce, Director of Openness, Digital and Data

Barilla Central Research Laboratories

Michele Suman, Research Manager Food Chemistry & Safety

Better World Naturals

Elizabeth Bui, Strategic Marketing and Project Director