Mark Bristow joins Prof. Consulting Group as food safety lead

03 March 2022 Consultancy.uk 2 min. read
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International food consultancy Prof. Consulting Group has strengthened its team in the UK with Mark Bristow, an expert in food safety and quality assurance.

Founded in Australia in 2019, Prof. Consulting Group has quickly expanded beyond its native market, and now has a growing team in Europe, which consists of associates based in Germany and the UK, among others. The firm provides end-to-end services to clients around the world.

Continuing the UK expansion of the firm’s offering, Prof. has appointed Mark Bristow as a Global Senior Food Safety, Technical & Quality Leader. Having spent over two decade in the food industry driving change and compliance across manufacturing, retail, QSR, distribution and end to end supply chains, his knowhow will prove invaluable to current and future clients of the Prof. Consulting Group.

Mark Bristow - Prof Consulting Group

Previous corporate roles including Global Technical Director for Pret a Manger, where he led the implementation of a business-wide safety strategy for the group. Other roles with Sainsburys, McCormick & Company, and Martin Brower have taken him to many places within Europe, Asia and the US.

A statement from Prof. Consulting Group noted, “In a constantly changing world of food regulations, Mark has led early adoption and key stakeholder engagement to protect consumers and build brand trust. He believes that everyone has the right to safe and delicious food that has been ethically produced. He has a huge passion for fostering strong and resilient teams that want to deliver to these high standards.”

Prof. Consulting Group helps players in the food and grocery chain with growth strategy, management, operations and the delivery of change. Earlier in the year, the Melbourne headquartered consulting firm further expanded its European team with Andy Adcock, an Associate based in the UK. It also announced a new partnership with UK based software company S4RB, which boosted its supply chain offering.