Food Labelling and regulatory services.
The appointments take Ashbury's team of specification technologists to a total of 11, who will continue to report to the company's Head of Regulatory Affairs Lorraine Eve.
Sarah Sasin spent two years as a Specification Technologist at Allied Bakeries, working on own label and customer brand products and ensuring legal and retailer compliance. Prior to this, she worked as a New Product Development Technologist at Tulip Ltd, converting kitchen recipes to factory scale and developing new products to customer design briefs.
Janita Patel joins Ashbury having held a number of Specification Technologist and Technical Support Coordinator positions, including roles at Buckingham Foods, Noon Products and Greencore. Whilst working at these companies, she was tasked with completing product specifications and Quality Assurance Systems for major UK retailers, including Sainsbury's, Waitrose and Morrisons.
Magdalena Rokosz joins from Millennium Food Services, where she gained seven years' experience in Quality Assurance, Production Planning and Auditing. She has extensive experience in developing and reviewing HACCP and Quality Systems documentation and ensuring product labelling complies with current legislation.
"We're thrilled to be able to welcome three new very talented and experienced Specification Technologists to our team," said Ashbury Labelling Managing Director James Post.
"All three of our new appointments have extensive experience in developing product specifications in line with regulatory guidelines and will build on our work to provide clients with accurate and legal product specifications that are Right First Time."
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|Date:||Jun 1, 2012|
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