Global Food Contact: Coronavirus Update. For more information click here

If you only attend one event this year, here’s why it should be P&P 2020…

The legislation on food contact materials in the European Union is not only evolving but is also impacted by the changing regulations for chemicals, biocides and nanomaterials. Keeping on top of these developments and ensuring regulatory compliance is one of the biggest challenges facing companies today.

How can you ensure you stay compliant with the latest food contact regulations and best practice?

Now more than ever your customers are looking for ways to innovate, save money, be more sustainable and stand out against their competitors when it comes to their food products. With these changes to customer demands changing at an unprecedented rate, how does that impact your business? How does it fit with current legislation? What regulatory changes are on the horizon? What are the biggest drivers for your customers?

It is more important than ever to know how these updates can impact your business and why expanding your knowledge on these changes could lead to new business partnerships, better processes, whilst preventing any unnecessary costs.

Plastics & Paper in Contact with Foodstuffs (P&P) can provide you with the insight and knowledge you need on how to best comply with the latest regulations for plastic and paper packaging in contact with foodstuffs, as well as information on inks, coatings and adhesives.

During this 4-day interactive event, you will gain:

  • A 360 degree view of the industry - with up-to-date, informative presentations detailing ongoing challenges, developments and potential changes on the regulatory horizon in Europe and beyond.
  • Face-to-face meeting opportunities with over 200 professionals representing every level of the food contact value chain - from brands and retailers, to manufacturers, raw material suppliers, regulatory bodies, legal consultants, and scientists.
  • Hands-on training by respected authorities and experts in food contact during the specially designed pre-conference workshops.