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Chinese officials pay visit to Gloucestershire experts

A leading science and technology company from Gloucestershire opened its doors to senior officials from China who are touring UK businesses.

Cotswold-headquartered Campden BRI welcomed the delegation from the China Food and Drug Administration this week.

The visitors spent time with the business "to discuss the latest developments in food safety, including testing, training, consultancy and research".

"The group included 15 senior officials from the Guangzhou region and their visit formed part of a UK study tour," said a spokeswoman for Campden BRI.

Bertrand Emond, head of membership and training at Campden BRI, discussed the company's role in food safety, including the practical application of research, supporting enforcement agencies and helping to establish international best practice.

The Gloucestershire business provides the food and drink industry "with the practical scientific, technical and advisory services needed to ensure product safety and quality, process efficiency and product and process innovation".

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