Food Standards Agency
WFAC open meeting invite
The Welsh Food Advisory Committee of the Food Standards Agency is holding its next open meeting in Cardiff on Thursday, 15 September 2016.
The meeting will include discussions on the themes of;
- Animal Welfare
- Consumer Interest in Our Food System
- Regulating Our Future
Anyone with an interest in these subjects, or the general work of the Food Standards Agency, is invited to attend this meeting to share their views and to participate in an open question and answer session.
The meeting will be held at The Food Standards Agency, Southgate House, Wood Street, Cardiff, CF10 1EW. Registration and coffee are available from 09.15, with a prompt start at 09.25.
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