Chilled Food Association

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Background

The Chilled Food Association (CFA) was established in 1989 represents many of the leading names in UK chilled prepared food production, predominantly supplying the retail trade. According to the CFA's website its aims are to:

  • Develop and promote common standards of safety and quality in the production and distribution of chilled prepared foods
  • Represent the key interests of manufacturers of chilled prepared foods in their formal dealings on major issues with regulatory bodies and with other relevant groups
  • Safeguard the industry as a whole by providing a common view and voice
  • Co-ordinate with organisations and other groups having related interests
  • Promote a favourable environment for the marketing of chilled prepared foods in the long term[1]

People

Affiliations

Contact

Chilled Food Association
PO Box 6434
Kettering
NN15 5XT
UK
cfa@chilledfood.org
Tel: +44(0)1536 514365

References

  1. CFA Aims, CFA website. Accessed on 17/10/13.
  2. http://www.foodmanufacture.co.uk/People/Food-industry-s-latest-hires/(page)/5 'New chair and vice chair at Chilled Food Association'], www.foodmanufacture.co.uk.
  3. Data from Internet Archive holdings of the Science Media Centre website, 2002-2013.
  4. ECFF, Chilled Food Association website. Accessed on 17/10/13.