In Short

28 August, 2009
Page 6 

== Slow progress for Scores on the Doors ==

The Food Standards Agency's (FSA) latest progress report on how to take the nationwide Scores on the Doors scheme forward claimed agreements had been difficult to reach. It said further discussions were needed, due to the complexity of the issues and polarised views of key stakeholders, but that it hoped decisions would be reached in September.

== Jus-Rol turns pro ==

Pastry firm Jus-Rol has launched Jus-Rol Professional - a new look for its foodservice division. The rebrand included a new logo and website, which will offer information and advice as well as details of Jus-Rol's new product developments. It includes a recipe section with technique videos. Details are available on www.jusrolprofessional.co.uk.

== Health conference ==

The IOSH Food and Drink Group, the Food and Drink Manufacture Health and Safety Forum and the HSE's Agriculture and Food Sector are to host a two-day conference, focusing on communicating health and safety messages in a diverse and challenging industry. The event will take place on the 29 and 30 September 2009 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Wollaton Street, Nottingham. For details, contact Nick Wale on 0116 257 3231 or email nick.wale@iosh.co.uk.

== Apprentice website ==

A new magazine-style social networking site about apprenticeships, called Jigsawww, is to be launched on 1 September. The site is aimed at apprentices and potential apprentices from 15 - 25 years old and will provide a forum through which apprentices can connect with each other and employers, managers, and learning providers across the UK. Visit www.jigsawww.net.





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