Our congratulations go to David Nuttall FIH who has been reappointed to the Government’s Advisory Committee on the Microbiological Safety of Food (ACMSF).
With more than 30 years in the catering industry, Nuttall has a wealth of experience in the application of food safety, and has previously lectured students on food safety. He holds masters degrees in food safety and business administration, and spent time as an executive head chef at Bradford University before joining the Harper Adams University in 2005.
Nuttall, whose initial appointment was in 2010, will now be part of the ACMSF until March 2020. He said: “It is a great honour to be a member of the ACMSF. I’m very pleased to offer my experience to the application of the microbiological safety of food in the UK.”
Nuttall has made valuable contributions to reports on the microbiological risk from shell eggs and their products, and is currently on the ad hoc group on campylobacter.
David is a non-executive director of The University Caterers Organisation (TUCO) and has been a Fellow of the Institute of Hospitality since 2012.
Harper Adams University achieved Hospitality Assured status in 2012 and was a winner at the Hospitality Assured Awards in 2015.
David represents foodservice on the ACMSF committee and would welcome hearing industry views. Contact: email@example.com