Here are some links that we’ve found useful, covering food science and technology, to trichology and industry associations.
Why not take a look?
Campden BRI – provide technical support to the food, drinks and allied industries. We serve 2,000+ member companies and other clients in 65+ countries.
Society of Food Hygiene and Technology – was established in 1979 by a group of professional people who recognised the need for an organisation to cover the interests and views of everyone involved in food hygiene.
BRC – British Retail Consortium – was founded in 1996 by retailers who wanted to harmonise food safety standards across the supply chain. Today we are globally recognised across both food and non-food categories and operate the most rigorous third party certification scheme of its type. Our message is clear, we have the most rigorous schemes and the highest trained auditors giving you the best results possible.
TrichoCare Education was founded by Brian Plunkett ART MIT, who ran salons in Hertfordshire before qualifying as a Consultant Trichologist. Brian Plunkett is a former Vice President of the Institute of Trichologists, and now practises at clinics in Bedfordshire and London. Brian advises Lion Haircare on how hair grows and falls, he features on our Hair Science Page.
Hair and Beauty Suppliers Association – the HBSA is a network of industry professionals that provides a voice for the industry, sharing knowledge and offering support where it is needed.
Palmhive Technical Textiles – Our sister company (at the same address), manufacture technical textiles for a wide variety of uses. Please take a look and find out more about one of the Nottingham Textile Group companies.