£100,000 funding secured for projects that will strengthen food and drink sector

Researchers at Sheffield Hallam’s National Centre of Excellence for Food Engineering (NCEFE) have begun work on two projects that will help drive the food and drink sector in a post Covid-19 world.

Exterior of NCEFE building at Sheffield Hallam

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