SOFHT (Society of Food Hygiene & Technology) 2019 Awards

Where: The Brewery, 52 Chiswell St, London, EC1Y 4SD
When: November 14, 2019

On November 14, SOFHT will hold its prestigious 40th annual Awards Event in London, UK. Over 300 guests attend from across the food industry, to network and celebrate the winners from the six award categories. A Supporting Company Member to SOFHT, this year SAI Global is delighted to announce we have two finalists in the ‘Best Food Technologist’ category – Robin Levin and Aaron Day, both world-class Food Technologists and worth winners.


Aaron Day

Aaron has worked in Technical roles across the food industry for several years and with SAI Global since 2016, principally as an embedded technical resource at the Casual Dining Group where he managed their supply chain and regulatory compliance. His desire and passion to support the efforts of the food industry has led to his engagement across Government and Trade Bodies, in addition following his studies at Leeds University, he continues to support Student Food Scientists by sharing his knowledge, experience and vision through volunteer lectures on managing food risks and identifying opportunities to provide safer food from sustainable sources.

Robin Levin

Robin’s career spans Sales, Management, Consultancy, Agronomy and Farm & Food Assurance, a member of the LEAF Marque Technical Advisory Committee, and as a BASIS and FACTS examiner. At SAI Global he manages the UK and Ireland Agricultural Certification and Technical team and works closely with standards owners such as Red Tractor, GlobalG.A.P., LEAF. He is actively involved in the shaping of Agri-food auditing and has taken part in the first ever audit of the world’s largest and most technically advanced vertical farms.

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