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FoodQualityNews: An editor’s note

By Joseph James Whitworth contact

- Last updated on GMT

FoodQualityNews’ 2017 state of the industry survey
Want to read more about food fraud or blockchain? Have you been impacted more by competition or regulation in the last year? Now is the time to let us know.

FoodQualityNews is running its second state of the industry survey​ to get your views on the state of safety and quality control in the sector and thoughts on our coverage.

The survey must be completed by 25 October and all named entries will be entered into a prize draw to win an iPad.

The first survey last year collated more than 890 responses​ from food quality and safety industry professionals who make up the brand’s global readership.

In other news, we have finalised media partnerships for the 8th International Symposium on Recent Advances in Food Analysis (7-10 November, 2017​) in Prague and Pittcon (February 26 - March 1, 2018​) in Florida.

I would like to take this opportunity to welcome readers previously subscribed to the ‘Innovations in Food Safety & Instrumentation’ newsletter which closed last month.

We also recently shut down our apps to focus on mobile web development and have launched a mobile version of the site to improve user experience.

Our social media platforms continue to grow so if three newsletters a week are not enough and for more informal discussion follow us on Twitter​, like on Facebook​ and join the LinkedIn​ group.

Stay tuned for our 2018 editorial calendar which will be available shortly and for any questions or comments contact joe.whitworth@wrbm.com​  

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