28th & 29th June 2017 - NAEC, Stoneleigh • Co-locating with

The industry came together to learn, network and showcase

Thank you to all the visitors, exhibitors and speakers that contributed to Meatup 2015.

We met suppliers, saw new technology, listened to top speakers, quizzed the experts, watched demos, celebrated winners… and all in just two days at the NAEC Stoneleigh.


Look out for more news and reaction on this site, via our blog and in the next edition of Meat Management magazine, our official media partner.

You can see the photo gallery from the 2015 event by clicking here.

Information regarding the 2017 exhibition will be posted soon. In the meantime if you have any questions please telephone the organising team on 01908 613323 or use the Contact Us form.

Seminar presentations now available to download

A selection of presentations from Meatup and the Food Science & Technology which took place over both days of the exhibition are now available to download.

“david-hughes”Has meat consumption peaked and if so what can we do about it?
Professor David Hughes, emeritus professor of Food Marketing, Imperial College London.
An international speaker, Hughes speaks to numerous agri-businesses and food industry managers about global food industry developments that are affecting their businesses.
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“david-hughes”Health and wellbeing trends: nonsense or potential for profit?
Professor David Hughes, emeritus professor of Food Marketing, Imperial College London.
The obesity debate continues to rage and consumption of fats and sugar are burning issues. How should the industry react? Download the presentation

antony-bagshawHow can you protect your business against food fraud?
Antony Bagshaw – technical specialist, Eurofins Food Testing UK Limited.
How prevention is better than detection, and where the analytical chemist can play a part.
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antony-bagshawHow state of the art science techniques can avert more crisis in the food industry?
Antony Bagshaw – technical specialist, Eurofins Food Testing UK Limited.

The analytical chemist’s toolbox: how recent developments in technology could be used in fraud detection and authenticity testing.
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jamie-fosterIs the Food Standards Agency content to fiddle with the meat industry while Rome burns?
Jamie Foster, partner, Foster & Griffin Solicitors and Meat Management Magazine Columnist.

Why is the FSA continuing to pick pointless and damaging fights with the producers of meat?
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ralph-earlyWhy should food businesses bother about ethics?

Professor Ralph Early, Harper Adams University.

As the key moral agents within their businesses, food business leaders must realise that it is their responsibility to embody a strategy that incorporates enlightened self-interest as the means to long-term business sustainability.
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antony-bagshawShould meat consumption be reduced?
Professor Ralph Early, Harper Adams University.
The production and consumption of meat are frequently attacked as being unethical, unhealthy and environmentally disastrous. Teasing out the facts from the fiction is not easy, yet national food security demands that we learn to separate the truths from the myths.
Download the presentation

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