Founded in 1865, Cardiff Metropolitan University provides practice-focused and professional-oriented education to students from around the globe, the university having five schools across two campuses within Cardiff: Art and Design, Education and Policy, Management, Sport and Health Sciences, and Technologies.
The university works in partnership with students, businesses, governments and industry bodies to create tangible benefits to the individual, the economy and society.
ZERO2FIVE Food Industry Centre sits within the School of Sport and Health Sciences and is just one example of how the university partnerships work across education, research, innovation and knowledge transfer in industry, employing experienced food and drink technologists, business specialists and senior lecturers and professors. Collectively, this team specialises in all aspects of food and drink processing, manufacturing, and operational and technical issues.
ZERO2FIVE is able to draw on expertise within Cardiff Metropolitan University which includes internationally recognised experts in food science, nutrition, dietetics, food legislation, environmental health, trading standards, new product development, and biomedical sciences.
Attendees of BlasCymru/TasteWales 2021 can speak to representatives from the university about food and drink research as well as find out about professional education opportunities from the School of Management.
The stand will primarily focus on the research outcomes from ZERO2FIVE Food Industry Centre while also showcasing the innovative ways we have worked with our clients during 2020-2021.