Mitchell F&D Ltd.
Mitchell F&D Limited provides expert training, advisory and support services for the food and drink sector and the Cider Industry.
Services include: training courses in cider, perry and juice production, training courses for the Food and Drink Industry, along with consultancy, trouble-shooting and advisory services for food and drink processors / manufacturers and cider and perry producers.
Work can also be carried out for private and public sector organisations including colleges and universities and may involve bid writing, project development and management. Areas of expertise include HACCP and hazard analysis, food and drink safety and hygiene, quality assurance and quality control, food and drink microbiology and most aspects of cider, perry, juice, wine and general drinks production such as new product development (NPD), research and development (R&D), processing, packaging, labelling, sensory analysis, laboratory testing, legislation, equipment, building design, marketing and business planning and development.
The Company was founded in 2003 by Peter Mitchell - a highly qualified and internationally recognised expert in cider and perry making and other aspects of food and drink production, with over 25 years of experience and an award-winning producer in his own right.
Services for the Cider and Drinks Industry
This section contains Details of Training Courses, and Advisiory Services connected with cider, perry and drinks production. Industry news and general information.
Services for the Food & Drink Sector
This section contains details of training courses, advisory and auditing services and project development and management assignments that can be carried out for the Food & Drink Sector as a whole. Illustrated by examples, work can be undertaken for individual companies, groups of businesses and private and public sector organisations.
General Information About Mitchell Food & Drink Ltd.
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