British Meat Processors Association
British Meat Processors Association

BMPA Appoints David Lindars

The British Meat Processors Association (BMPA) has appointed David Lindars as its Technical Operations Director as part of an on-going restructure of the organisation.

Lindars has built up a wealth of experience in food safety and standards working across multiple facets of the food sector including corporate food retailing, hospitality,food serviceand industrial food processing.

During his career Lindars has established strong working relationships with key individuals, companies and industry bodies as well as a deep understanding of the technical, regulatory and operational aspects of running a meat industry business.

Commenting on his new role, Mr Lindars said: “The role of Technical Operations Director at Britain’s biggest meat industry body offers an opportunity for me to bring together multiple aspects of my experience to support members, encourage wider co-operation and drive standards and professionalism within the industry.”

Nick Allen, CEO of BMPA said: “I am looking forward to working with David who will be a key member of the team taking BMPA forward under the new structure. He has the advantage of having worked with the Association previously, sitting on numerous committees over the years, so he starts with an already comprehensive familiarity with BMPA and its member companies.”

President of the BMPA, Isla Roebuck added that: “we are building a BMPA that can guide the British meat industry through the changes that are about to happen. Our ambition is to better serve current members’ needs by introducing extra services, technical information and industry intelligence across the key industry segments. David will be an integral part of our evolution.”

About BMPA

The British Meat Processors Association (BMPA) is the leading trade association for the meat and meat products industry in the UK.

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