UK Food and Drink Landscape

This map outlines organisations and their roles within the UK Food and Drink Landscape. If there are any broken links or omissions please contact Serena Broadway ([email protected])

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1. Universities/Research Institutes

2. Food Standards Agency

2.1. Committees and working groups

2.1.1. Enforcement committees UK-wide Food Hygiene Ratings Steering Group Enforcement Liaison Group Animal Feed Law Enforcement Liaison Group Scottish Food Enforcement Liaison Committee (SFELC) Audit Advisory Committee Scotland LAEMS Joint Working Group

2.1.2. Industry committees Advisory Committee on Animal Feedingstuffs (ACAF) Better Regulation Advisory Group Stakeholder meeting on animal feed issues Advisory Body for the Delivery of Official Controls Food Incidents Task Force Stakeholder Group on Current and Future Meat Controls

2.1.3. Nutrition committees Advisory Committee on Consumer Engagement Consumer advisory panel Food and Drink Advertising and Promotion Forum Nutrition Strategy Steering Group Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN)

2.1.4. Safety committees Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens (ACDP) Veterinary Residues Committee (VRC) Consultative Group on Campylobacter and Salmonella in Chickens (CGCSC) Committee on Mutagenicity (COM) Committee on Carcinogenicity (COC) Committee on Toxicity (COT) Chemical Hazard Identification and Risk Surveillance Group (CHaIRS) Advisory Committee on the Microbiological Safety of Food (ACMSF) Advisory Committee on Pesticides (ACP) Veterinary Products Committee (VPC) Defra Expert Committee on Pesticide Residues in Food (PRiF)

2.1.5. Scientific committees Advisory Committee on Novel Foods and Processes (ACNFP) General Advisory Committee on Science (GACS) Social Science Research Committee (SSRC)

2.2. Research funding

2.3. Devolved FSA

2.3.1. FSA in Wales

2.3.2. FSA in Northern Ireland

3. Food and Drink Federation

4. British Retail Consortium

5. Research Councils

5.1. BBSRC

5.1.1. Diet and Health Research Industry Club

5.1.2. Institute of Food Research

5.1.3. Advanced Training Partnership Intensive Livestock Health and Production Food AgriFood Sustainable and Efficient Food Production

5.1.4. Networks in Industrial Biotechnology and Bioenergy FoodWasteNet: Food Processing Waste and By-Products Utilisation Network

5.2. EPSRC

5.2.1. EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Food

5.3. ESRC

5.4. MRC

5.4.1. Human Nutrition Research Centre

5.5. NERC

5.5.1. Centre for Ecology & Hydrology

6. Learned/professional bodies

6.1. Society of Chemical Industry

6.2. Royal Society of Medicine

6.3. Royal Society of Chemistry

6.4. Institute of Chemical Engineers

6.5. Institute of Food Science and Technology

6.6. Nutrition Society

6.7. British Dietetic Association

6.8. British Nutrition Foundation

7. Europe

7.1. EFSA

7.1.1. EFSA Scientific Panels Additives and products or substances used in animal feed (FEEDAP) Animal health and welfare (AHAW) Biological hazards (BIOHAZ) Contaminants in the food chain (CONTAM) Dietetic products, nutrition and allergies (NDA) Food additives and nutrient sources added to food (ANS) Food contact materials, enzymes, flavourings and processing aids (CEF) Genetically modified organisms (GMO) Plant health (PLH) Plant protection products and their residues (PPR) Scientific Committee & Emerging Risks (SCER)

7.2. ETP

7.3. Enterprise Europe Network

7.4. Horizon 2020

8. Global Food Security Programme

9. UK National Technology Platform for Food

10. Devolved administrations

10.1. Scotland

10.1.1. Highlands and Islands Enterprise

10.1.2. Interface

10.1.3. Scottish Development International

10.1.4. Scottish Enterprise

10.1.5. Scotland Food and Drink

10.1.6. Food Standards Scotland

10.2. Wales

10.2.1. Welsh Assembly Government

10.3. Northern Ireland

10.3.1. Invest Northern Ireland

11. National Diet and Nutrition Survey

12. Levy Boards

12.1. The Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board

12.2. Seafish

13. UK Research Capabilities

14. This map gives details on the organisations involved in the UK Food and Drink Landscape. This document is monitored and updated, if you find any omissions, broken links or have any questions about the information please contact Serena Broadway (s[email protected]).

15. UK Government Departments

15.1. Department for Business, Innovation and Skills

15.1.1. Innovate UK Knowledge Transfer Network Catapults

15.1.2. UK Trade and Investment

15.2. Defra

15.2.1. Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science

15.3. Department of Health

16. Current Food and Drink Funding

17. Trade Associations

17.1. British Frozen Food Federation

17.2. Chilled Foods Association

17.3. Fresh Produce Consortium

18. Research Techonology Organisations

18.1. Campden BRI

18.2. The Food and Environment Research Agency

18.3. Leatherhead Food Research