Professor Louise Manning

Biography 

Professor Louise Manning has worked for over 35 years in the agri-food supply chain in a range of roles. Her expertise is in the area of food security and food integrity including food safety, food quality, food crime, policy and governance, social and corporate responsibility, resilience, risk assessment and mitigation strategies. Louise has carried out projects for government bodies and companies throughout Europe and Africa. This work includes strategic risk analysis and mitigation for both corporate organisations and public bodies. She has been published in peer-reviewed journals, authored book chapters and written and edited books in the subject area. Louise's research work also involves undertaking desktop reviews; qualitative and quantitative fieldwork including focus groups, workshops and in-depth interviews, questionnaire design and analysis, strategic framework, communication systems and model design and developing tools to drive risk communication and engagement of stakeholders at all levels of the supply chain.

Louise is active in social media posting regularly on LinkedIn and with a food safety blog Food Safety Chat and tweets about food issues on Twitter as @foodsafetyljm

Professional Memberships/Board positions

  • Member of the Board of Trustees (Rothamstead Research) 
  • Member of the Royal Geographic Society
  • Associate Editor of the British Food Journal
  • Member of the Institute of Food Science and Technology
  • Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Research 

Louise is active in research in a number of areas these include:

  • Food safety, food quality, food crime and food integrity issues
  • Sustainable food supply including food waste and food redistribution issues and the role of smart technology.
  • Risk management and resilience
  • Knowledge exchange and building human capital in food supply chains
  • Cultural aspects of food production especially actor behaviour in the supply chain
  • Ethical aspects of food supply chain decision making

Selected research consultancy projects 

  1. Musalova, L., Wright, M., Norton Doyle, J and Manning L. (2019). Behaviours and Compliance – Motivators and Economic Incentive Drivers in the UK Meat Industry. FSA project unpublished.
  2. Workshop: “Blockchain in Food Supply Chain: Establishing Transparency in the Turkish Food Supply Chain Using Blockchain Technology.” supported by TÜBİTAK (The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey) 29-30th April 2019
  3. Newton-Utafiti Fund, the British Council and the Kenyan National Research Fund Researcher Links Workshop. “Improving food security and nutrition in Kenya: strengthening Indigenous Leafy Vegetables research and innovation capacity.” Dedan Kimathi University of Technology, Nyeri, Kenya on 10-13th September 2018.
  4. European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 690142 Agrocycle http://www.agrocycle.eu/ 8 million Euros
  5. Manning, L.,Stanner, S., and Kelly, J.T., (2016) Enabling UK consumers to increase their consumption of fruit and vegetables, Report on behalf of the NFU. Published April 2016.
  6. Naylor, R., Hamilton-Webb, A., Little, R., Maye, D., Edwards, E., Charles, J., Foy, R., Curzon, S., Reed, M., Manning, L. and Hemmings, A. (2015) Exotic Disease Compensation Review: Behaviours Project - Part 2 (Primary Research) SE4309. Report to Defra
  7. Wright, M., Ibrahim, F., Manning, L., and McKellar, D, (2014), Investigation of the overall effectiveness of food sampling and surveillance in the UK by local and port health authorities, FSA Project, Available at: http://www.food.gov.uk/sites/default/files/870-1-1613_GSB_CL2729_Effectiveness_of_sampling_main_report_R6_V3_ADCR.pdf
  8. Manning, L., Wright, M and McKellar, D (2014) Development of risk-based sampling guidance for enforcement officers, Details available at: http://www.food.gov.uk/science/research/research/choiceandstandardsresearch/fs222001 (Project duration 2013-2014) details not published by FSA to date.
  9. Wright, M., Manning, L. and McKellar, D. (2014) Risk and impact of internet selling of food. Research report for the Food Standards Agency, (2014), details not published by FSA to date. 
  10. Manning, L., and Ingledew, J. (2014-16) AGRI-net landscape document. Work in collaboration with Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine.

Teaching 

Louise is active in a range of knowledge exchange activities with undergraduates, postgraduates, industry training and development especially the building of leadership skills. Louise is an advocate of access for all to personal development opportunities and building the knowledge and skillsets of the agri-food sector. Louise also mentors new academics to develop their confidence and teaching skills so that they can play a role in developing others.

In 2018 Louise received a Teaching Excellence Award from Harper Adams University, an award voted for by the student body.

Publications 

Louise is active in research in a number of areas these include:

  • Food safety, food quality, food crime and food integrity issues
  • Sustainable food supply including food waste and food redistribution issues and the role of smart technology.
  • Risk management and resilience
  • Knowledge exchange and building human capital in food supply chains
  • Cultural aspects of food production especially actor behaviour in the supply chain
  • Ethical aspects of food supply chain decision making

Peer reviewed/journal publications 

  1. Wallace, C.A and Manning, L. (2020). Food Provenance: Assuring product integrity and identity, CAB Reviews, 15, 032 1-7  doi: 10.1079/PAVSNNR202015032 
  2. Manning, L. (2020) Moving from a compliance-based to an integrity based organizational climate in the food industry, Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety, 1-23 http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1541-4337.12548  
  3. Kowalska, A. and Manning, L.  (2020) Using the Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed: potential benefits and problems on data interpretation, Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, https://doi.org/10.1080/10408398.2020.1747978   
  4. Liegeard, J and Manning, L. (2020), Using intelligent applications to reduce consumer food waste, Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 60(6), 1048-1061 https://doi.org/10.1080/10408398.2018.1556580
  5. Manning, L. and Kelly, J (2020) Obesity: Locating social responsibility in the context of evolving norms, International Journal of Innovation and sustainable development 14(1), 8-29 DOI10.1504/IJISD.2020.104241 
  6. Higashi, S.Y., Morales de Queiroz Caleman, S. Kluwe de Aguiar, L. & Manning, L. (2020)   What causes organisations to fail? A review of literature to inform future food sector (management) research. Trends in Food Science and Technology, 101, 223-233 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tifs.2020.05.011 
  7. Manning, L. and Kelly, J (2020) Obesity: Locating social responsibility in the context of evolving norms, International Journal of Innovation and sustainable development 14(1), 8-29 https://www.inderscience.com/info/ingeneral/forthcoming.php?jcode=ijisd
  8. Manning, L. (in press) Moving from a compliance-based to an integrity based organizational climate in the food industry, Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety Impact factor 8.74
  9. Kowalska, A. and Manning, L.  (in press) Using the Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed: potential benefits and problems on data interpretation, Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition,  Impact factor 6.70
  10. Liegeard, J and Manning, L. (2020), Using intelligent applications to reduce consumer food waste, Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 60(6), 1048-1061  Impact factor
  11. Manning L. Luning, P. and Wallace, C.A (2019). The Evolution and Cultural Framing of Food Safety Management Systems - Where from and Where next? Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science, 18, 1770-1792 Impact factor 8.74
  12. Kowalska, A. Bieniek, M. and Manning, L.  (2019) Food supplements’ non-conformity in Europe – Poland: a case study, Trends in Food Science and Technology, 93, 262-270 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tifs.2019.09.022 Impact factor 9.31
  13. Manning, L. and Soon, J.M. (2019) Food fraud vulnerability assessment: reliable data sources and effective assessment approaches. Trends in Food Science and Technology, 91, 159-168 Impact factor 9.31
  14. Manning L. (2019), Food defence: refining the taxonomy of food defence threats, Trends in Food Science and Technology, 85, 107-115,  
  15. Rees, W., Tremma, O and Manning, L. (2019). Sustainability cues on packaging: the influence of recognition on purchasing behaviour, Journal of Cleaner Production, 225, 841-853 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2019.06.217  
  16. Zhu, X., Huang, I.Y and Manning, L. (2019). The role of media reporting in food safety governance in China: a dairy case study, Food Control 96, 165-179  
  17. Soon, J.M and Manning, L. (2019). Developing anti-counterfeiting measures:  the role of smart packaging. Food Research International. 123, 135-143 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodres.2019.04.049  
  18. Zuba-Ciszewska, M., Kowalska, A., Manning, L. and Brodziak A. (2019) Organic milk supply in Poland: market and policy developments, British Food Journal, 121(12), 3396-3412.  
  19. Hamilton-Webb A., Naylor, R. Manning, L. and Conway J. (2019). Living on the edge: using cognitive filters to appraise environmental risk, Journal of Risk Research, 22(3) 303-319    
  20. Zhao, X. and Manning, L. (2019) Factors influencing plate waste in a university setting, British Food Journal, 121(7), 1536-1549  
  21. Manning, L. and Monaghan, J.  (2019) Integrity in the fresh produce supply chain: solutions and approaches to an emerging issue, Journal of Horticulture and Biotechnology, 94(4), 413-421  
  22. Manning, L. and Smith, R. (2019) Providing authentic(ated) food: A discussion of the use of multi-qualitative methods, Sage Research Methods Cases. Online ISBN: 978152648492 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781526484925
  23. Soon, J.M., Manning, L. and Smith, R. (2019) Advancing understanding of pinchpoints and crime prevention in the food supply chain, Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 21(1), 1-19   
  24. Soon, J.M and Manning, L (2018), Food Smuggling and trafficking: the key factors of influence, Trends in Food Science and Technology, 81, 132-138   
  25. Clark, J. and Manning, L. (2018) What are the factors that an opportunity sample of UK students insinuate as being associated with their wastage of food in the home setting? Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 130, 20-30    
  26. Kowalska, A., Soon, J.M., and Manning, L. (2018), A study on adulteration in cereals and bakery products from Poland including a review of definitions Food Control, 92, 348-356  
  27. Adenle, A.A., Azadi, H. and Manning, L. (2018), The era of sustainable agricultural development in Africa: Understanding the benefits and constraints, Food Reviews International, 34(5), 411-433  
  28. Manning L. (2018) Enabling entrepreneurial behaviour in a land-based university. Education and Training 60(7/8) pp. 735-748
  29. Baines, R.N. Manning L. and Soon J. M (2018) Mycotoxin incidents associated with cereals: Lessons learnt and  risk reduction strategies, Quality Assurance and Safety of Crops and Foods  10(1), 1-16  
  30. Manning, L. (2018) The value of food safety culture to the hospitality industry, World Hospitality and Tourism Themes 10(3), 284-296  
  31. Manning, L. (2018), Triangulation: effective verification of food safety and quality management systems and associated organisational culture World Hospitality and Tourism Themes 10(3), 297-312  
  32. Manning, L. and Parrott, P (2018) The impact of workplace placement on students’ entrepreneurial intention, Higher Education, Skills and Work-based learning, 8(1) pp. 1-16
  33. Adenle, A.A., Manning, L. and Azadi, H. (2017), Agribusiness innovation: A pathway to sustainable economic growth in Africa, Trends in Food Science and Technology, 59, 88-104   
  34. Manning, L., and Soon, J.M., (2017). An alternative allergen risk management approach, Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition. 57 (18) 3873-3886    
  35. Manning, L. (2017). Categorizing food related illness: have we got it right? Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 57 (9), 1938-1949
  36. Soon, J.M and Manning L. (2017). Whistleblowing as a countermeasure strategy against food crime, British Food Journal, 119 (12), 1-25
  37. Manning, L. (2017) Guest editorial, British Food Journal, 119 (1), 2 – 6  
  38. Hamilton-Webb, A., Manning, L., Naylor, R., and Conway, J., (2017), The relationship between risk experience and risk response: a study of climate change, Journal of Risk Research,  20 (11) 1379-1393  
  39. Smith, R., Manning, L. and McElwee, G. (2017). Critiquing the Inter-Disciplinary Literature on Food-Fraud, International Journal of Rural Criminology, 3 (2) 250-270
  40. Manning, L. (2017). The interaction between organizational sub-cultures and its influence on food safety management, Journal of Marketing Channels, 24, (3-4), 1-10  
  41. Soon, J.M and Manning, L. (2017) May Contain Allergen Statement: Facilitating or Frustrating Consumers, Journal of Consumer Policy https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10603-017-9358-8
  42. Soon, J.M., Manning, L., Farag, K., Jackson, E., Dani, S. and Fassam, L. (2016). Reduce surplus food: Linking corporate donors and food banks. Science (E-Letter, 13 July) http://science.sciencemag.org/content/352/6284/408.e-letters.  
  43. Manning, L., Smith, R., and Soon, J.M (2016). Developing an Organizational Typology of Criminals in the Meat Supply Chain, Food Policy, 59, pp. 44-54  
  44. Manning, L. (2016), Food Fraud, policy and food chain, Current Opinions in Food Science, 10, 16-21  
  45. Manning, L., and Soon, J.M., (2016). Development of sustainability indicator scoring (SIS) for the food supply chain. British Food Journal, 118 (9), 2097-2125  
  46. Manning, L., and Soon, J.M., (2016). Building strategic resilience in the food supply chain. British Food Journal, 116 (6), 1477-1493> 
  47. Manning, L., and Soon, J.M., (2016). Food safety, food fraud and food defense: a fast evolving literature,  Journal of Food Science, 81(4) R823–R834   
  48. Manning, L. (2015) "Determining value in the food supply chain", British Food Journal, Vol. 117  (11,>pp.2649 – 2663
  49. Soon, J.M. and Manning, L.J. (2015). Holistic risk assessment: Enabling food policy. EFSA Journal 13(10): s1310, pg. 88.
  50. Manning, L., and Smith, R., (2015) Providing authentic(ated) food: An opportunity driven framework for small food companies to engage consumers and guarantee the integrity of the food supply chain, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 16(2): 97-110  
  51. Faraq, K.W., Pinnock, S. and Manning, L. (2015), The labeling of religiously slaughtered meat in the UK: an industry and consumer perspective, Archivos Latinoamericanos de Producción Animal, 22 (5), 163-165, 2015
  52. Manning, L and Soon, J.M, (2014) Developing systems to control food adulteration, Food Policy, 49 (1), 23-32
  53. Manning, L. (2014), Consumer and Corporate Social Responsibility in the food supply chain, Food Science and Technology Journal IFST, 28 (1) 42-43
  54. Manning, L. (2013), Communicating with Farmers, Communicator, Winter 2013, 36-39
  55. Manning, L., (2013) "Corporate and consumer social responsibility in the food supply chain" British Food Journal, 115 (1) 2-29 (Awarded Outstanding Paper of the British Food Journal 2014)
  56. Manning, L., and Soon, J.M., (2013), "Mechanisms for assessing food safety risk", British Food Journal, 115 (3) 460-484
  57. Manning, L., (2013), "Development of a food safety verification risk model", British Food Journal, 115 (4) 575-589
  58. Manning, L., (2013) "A knowledge exchange and diffusion of innovation (KEDI) model for primary production", British Food Journal, 115, 4, 614-631
  59. Manning, L., and Soon, J.M., "(2013) GAP Framework for fresh produce production" British Food Journal, 115, 6, 796-820
  60. Soon, J.M., Manning, L., Davies, W.P., Baines, R.  (2012) "Fresh Produce-Associated Outbreaks: A Call for HACCP on Farms?" British Food Journal, 114 (4) 553-597
  61. Manning, L., (2012), "Environmental Footprint a restraint on animal welfare?", Proceedings of the UFAW International Symposium. Historic Dockyards, Portsmouth, UK 2011 Animal Welfare, 21, Supplement 1, (May 2012)
  62. Manning, L, (2009) The benefits of water quality trading. Journal of the RASE, 170
  63. Manning, L. (2009), "Water: nutrient resource or key performance indicator" British Poultry Abstracts 5 (1) 14.  
  64. Manning, L. (2008), "The impact of water quality and availability on food production", British Food Journal, 110 (8) 762-780.  
  65. Manning, L. (2008) Water footprint in food production. Journal of the IFST, 22, (4) 27-29
  66. Manning, L. (2007), "Food safety and brand equity" British Food Journal, 109 (7) 496-510.  
  67. Manning, L., et al. (2007), "Water consumption in broiler chicken: a welfare indicator" World Poultry Science Journal 63, 63-71
  68. Manning, L. et al. (2007), "Trends in the global poultry meat supply chain" British Food Journal 108 (5) 332-342.  
  69. Manning, L., et al. (2007), "Benchmarking the poultry meat supply chain" Benchmarking: An International Journal, 15  (2-3) 148-165   
  70. Manning, L., et al. (2007), "Key health and welfare indicators for broiler production" World Poultry Science Journal 63, 47-62.
  71. Manning, L., et al. (2007) "Quality Assurance: A study of the primary poultry producers’ perspective" British Food Journal, 109 (4) 291-304. 
  72. Manning, L., et al. (2006), "Food safety management in broiler meat production" British Food Journal, 108 (8) 605-621.  
  73. Manning, L. et al. (2006), "Ethical modelling of the food supply chain" British Food Journal, 108 (5) 358-370.  
  74. Manning, L., et al., (2006), "Quality Assurance Models in the food supply chain" British Food Journal 108 (2) 91-104.
  75.  Manning, L., et al. (2005), "Deliberate contamination of the food supply chain" British Food Journal, 107 (4) 225-245.  
  76. Manning, L., and Baines R.N. (2004), "Effective management of food safety and quality" British Food Journal, 106 (8) 598-606. 
  77. Manning, L., and Baines R.N. (2004), "Globalisation. A study of the poultry meat supply chain" British Food Journal, 106 (10/11) 819-836.   

Books and book chapters

  1. de Aguiar L., Kluwe and Manning, L. (2020) The Role of Informal and Semi-Formal Waste Recycling Activities in a Reverse Logistics Model of Alternative Business Networks in Food Supply Chains in Cities, eds. Bourlakis M., & Aktas, E. Palgrave, MacMillan
  2. Smith, R. Conley, G. Manning, L (2020). Documenting the role of UK Agricultural Colleges in propagating the ‘farming-dyslexia-entrepreneurship nexus’”, in Pavey, B., Alexander-Passe, N. and Meehan, M. ( Eds) Entrepreneurship, Dyslexia and Education, Abingdon, Routledge.
  3. Manning, L. (2019). Corporate responsibility in a transitioning food environment: truth-seeking and truth-telling. In Piatti, C. et al. Food Tech Transitions- Reconnecting Agri-Food, Technology and Society. Springer. 
  4. Manning, L. and de Aguiar, L Kluwe (2019). "Embedding sustainable development in the curricula – learning about sustainable development as a means to develop self-awareness" in Sengupta, E., Blessinger, P., Yamin, T.S. "Integrating sustainable development into the curriculum." Emerald Press
  5. Manning, L. (2018) Food supply chain fraud: the economic environmental and socio-political  consequences in D. Barling ed (2018) Advances in Food Security and Sustainability Volume , 253 (London: Academic Press).
  6. Manning, L (2018) Institute of Food Science and Technology Guide to Good Manufacturing Practice 7th Edition – Manning, L. Eds. Wiley ISBN-978-1119388449 10th August 2018.
  7. Manning, L. and Luning, P. (2018), Chapter 16: Determining farm derived food safety risk Food safety for the 21st Century: Managing HACCP and Food Safety through the Global Chain, Wallace et al., Wiley Blackwell
  8. Manning, L (2018), Corporate Social Responsibility in Costa, R. and Pittia, P. Eds Food Ethics in Food Studies Education, Springer. 978-3319647388
  9. Manning, L. (2018), Systems for sustainability and transparency of food supply chains, in Charis ed. Sustainable Food Systems From Agriculture to Industry, Elsevier 
  10. Manning, L. and Soon, J.M. (2018) The value of product sampling in mitigating food adulteration in Ron Hinch and Allison Gray (eds), A Handbook of Food Crime: Immoral and Illegal Practices in the Food Industry and What to Do about Them (Policy Press, University of Bristol, UK). 978-1447336013
  11. Manning, L. (2017), Land grabbing and land imperialism: historic and contemporary perspectives in Eds Eastham et al. Contemporary issues in food supply chain management. Goodfellow Publishers Ltd.
  12. Manning, L. (2017), Traceability: An essential mechanism to underpin food integrity – Contemporary issues in food supply chain management. Eastham et al. Goodfellow Publishers Ltd.
  13. Soon, J.M., Manning, L. and Wallace, C. (2016), Eds. Foodborne Diseases: Case studies of outbreaks in the agri-food industries. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis 
  14. Manning, L. Wallace, C. and Soon, J.M., (2016), Foodborne Disease Outbreaks: an introduction, in Soon, J.M., Manning, L. and Wallace, C. (2016), Eds. Foodborne Diseases: Case studies of outbreaks in the agri-food industries. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis 
  15. Soon, J.M., Manning, L. and Wallace, (2016), Foodborne Disease Surveillance: Early Warning Alert and Response Methods for Developing Countries, in C. Soon, J.M., Manning, L. and Wallace, C. (2016), Eds. Foodborne Diseases: Case studies of outbreaks in the agri-food industries. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis 
  16. Manning, L. and Wallace, C. and Soon, J.M. (2016), Foodborne Disease Outbreaks in Complex Manufacturing Establishments in Soon, J.M., Manning, L. and Wallace, C. (2016), Eds. Foodborne Diseases: Case studies of outbreaks in the agri-food industries. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis 
  17. Wallace, C. Manning, L. and Soon, J.M. (2016), Foodborne Disease Outbreaks: Lessons Learned in Soon, J.M., Manning, L. and Wallace, C. (2016), Eds. Foodborne Diseases: Case studies of outbreaks in the agri-food industries. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis 
  18. Manning, L. (2016), Health and well-being vulnerability of the socio-economically disadvantaged: the role of food, in Corporate Responsibility & Sustainable Development: the nexus of private and public interests, edited by Lez Rayman-Bacchus and Philip Walsh, Routledge. ISBN 978-1-138-84595-4
  19. Institute of Food Science and Technology Guide to Good Manufacturing Practice 6th Edition – Manning, L. Eds. Editor (2013) ISBN- 9781118318201
  20. Manning, L. (2009), Thoughts and Musings, Lulu Publications.
  21. Manning, L. (2009), E-thoughts from the Human Imprint, Lulu Publications.
  22. Institute of Food Science and Technology Guide to Good Manufacturing Practice 5th Edition – Manning, L. Editor (March 2007)
  23. Manning, L. (2000), Quality Management Systems in the Food and Drink Industry – (Nov 2000) Chandos Publishing.

Selected additional publications, policy papers and working papers

  1. Brown, C. Hanley, B. Haysom, I. Dodd, C. Khan, I. Goodburn, G. Manning, L. Walker, M. Peck, M.  Wareing, P. and Atterbury. R. (2019) Science policy report: food manufacturing and processing, Royal Society for Applied Microbiology London https://sfam.org.uk/resources/science-policy-report-food-safety-and-food-manufacturing-processing.html
  2. Manning, L. (2018) Let them eat cake: European austerity, food insecurity and food fraud. EuropeNow https://www.europenowjournal.org/2018/09/04/let-them-eat-cake-european-austerity-food-insecurity-and-food-fraud/
  3. Manning L. and Wareing, P. (2018), Evolving risk management systems https://www.fstjournal.org/features/32-3/risk-management-systems
  4. Manning, L. (2008), Nuffield Report: Water: Managing a vital resource. Nuffield Farming Scholarship Trust. ISBN 13: 9781906466176

Selected Conference Papers, Proceedings and Posters (2016-2020)

  1. Manning, L. (2020). Packaging reduction: throwing the baby out with the bathwater? Presentation at the Foodservice Packaging Association Seminar on Packaging Reduction, Stationers Hall, London. 22nd January 2020
  2. Manning L. (2019) Food Integrity. Talk at the New World Farming Conference Bristol 5th November 2019
  3. Manning L. (2019). Agricultural Education. Dinner speech for the 75 Club at the Farmers Club, London 29th October 2019
  4. Manning, L. (2019) Fraud in the dairy industry. After dinner speech at the Society of Dairy Technologists Dinner, Nantwich, Cheshire 26th July 2019.
  5. Smith, R, Manning, L  and Conley, G. (2019), Integrating Entrepreneurship into the curriculum in UK Agricultural Universities”, Rural Entrepreneurship Conference, Inverness, 17-19 June 2019
  6. Manning L (2019), Sustainability – Meeting the needs of the present without compromising the wellbeing of future generations. Food Production: Meeting the Demands of Today and Tomorrow. Royal Three Counties Show 14th June 2019
  7. Manning, L. (2019). How to produce quality research and publish in the relevant literature .. How to build an effective international scientific cooperation. Invited Lecture. UMCS Lublin, Poland 29th May 2019
  8. Manning, L. (2019), Food fraud in the food supply chain, Blockchain in the Food Supply Chain: establishing Transparency in the Turkish Food Supply Chain Using Blockchain Technology. Yasar University, Izmir, Turkey 29th – 30th April 2019
  9. Manning, L. (2019), Capturing sustainable value: the use of sustainability cues on packaging. The coming paradigm: natural resource governance without government? CRSD 5th International Symposium on Corporate Responsibility and Sustainable Development 15th - 17th April 2019
  10. Manning L (2019), Welcome address Insects as Food & Feed Special Interest Group 2nd - 3rd April 2019 Royal Agricultural University, Stroud Road, Cirencester,
  11. Manning L (2019), Chairing of session at Agri-tech Conference 4-4 April 2019 Royal Agricultural University
  12. Manning L (2019), Food supply chains: security, integrity and trust. Inaugural Professorial Lecture. Royal Agricultural University, 26th March 2019
  13. Manning L (2019) Discussant, SUFISA Conference 18th - 19th March 2019. Krakow, Poland
  14. Manning L. (2019), A tale of austerity: food security and food fraud. Salopian Farmers Group, Shrewsbury, Shropshire 20th March 2019
  15. Manning, L. (2019). Food security - the context of poultry production, NFU Conference, Birmingham, 20th February 2019
  16. Manning L (2019) Cheap food or cheap thinking, Seminar, University of Gloucestershire 24th January 2019
  17. Manning L and de Aquiar, L. (2019) Reverse logistics of using food waste to address food insecurity, Soil and Food Security Seminar, Royal Agricultural University, 6th February 2019
  18. Manning, L. (2018) Food security in the context of poultry production. NFU Poultry Board 28.11.18 Harper Adams University
  19. Manning, L. (2018) 2018 Nuffield Farming Lecture - Review Nuffield Farming Conference Glasgow 23rd November 2018
  20. Manning, L. (2018) Being sustainable: emerging themes in the dairy supply chain. Dairy Conference: Society of Dairy Technologists. Wyke Farms. 14th November 2018
  21. Manning, L. (2018) Food fraud and integrity. Symposium Manchester Metropolitan University. 7th November 2018
  22. Manning, L. (2018) 30 Years of Farming: Riding the Wave, Talk at Tenants' Lunch, Revesby Estate 20th October 2018
  23. Manning, L. (2018), Food defense: developing hard controls to mitigate the risk of physical contamination, Ishida Food Safety Summit, Harper Adams University, 10th October 2018
  24. Manning, L (2018) Chair of morning session, the Food Safety Conference, London 27th September 2018
  25. Manning, L. (2018) Organisational sub-cultures: their influence on food safety and food integrity management. IAFP Conference. Cardiff Met University 26.09.18
  26. Manning, L (2018) Chair of morning session, the Food Safety Conference, London 27th September 2018
  27. Parrot, P. and Manning, L. (2018) The impact of industrial placement on reported entrepreneurial attitude of students in higher education poster - ASET conference 4th-6th September 2018 University of Nottingham
  28. Manning, L. (2018), Capturing sustainble value: accomodative, adaptive or transformative behaviour in food supply chains. Royal Geographic Society Conference, Cardiff, UK 29-31 August 2018
  29. Manning, L.(2018). Food crime: implementing effective countermeasures.  Identifying, Disrupting, and Preventing Food Crime: Working in Partnership to Build the Best Food Future Possible. Public Policy Exchange, London. 12th July 2018
  30. b Scene setting and conclusions The Nuffield Farming Lecture, London 4th July 2018
  31. Manning, L. (2018) Decision-making in the supply chain: truth values and organisational relativity INFER Conference, Harper Adams University 1-2 July 2018
  32. Parrott, P. and Manning, L. (2018) The influence of gender on entrepreneurial attitudes of students and the impact of a workplace placement WACE International Research Symposium Bade-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University, Stuttgart, Germany. 23-27 June 2018
  33. Manning, L. (2018), Chair Preventing Food Fraud Conference, 22nd February 2018 London
  34. Manning, L. (2018) Chair Food Sure Conference 16-18th April 2018, Amsterdam
  35. Manning, L (2018) Food Integrity Management 18th April 2018 Food Sure Conference Amsterdam
  36. Manning, L. (2017) Verification of food safety management systems: alternative approaches .Food Safety & Quality Culture Excellence Seminar  7th December 2017 Campden BRI
  37. Soon, J. M., Manning, L. and Smith, R. (2017). Designing countermeasures for the mitigation of fraud in the food manufacturing environment. Poster (P1 200) presented at 31st European Food Science and Technology (EFFoST) Conference. Food Science and Technology Challenges for the 21st Century - Research to Progress Society. 13 - 16 November, Sitges, Spain.
  38. Soon, J. M. and Manning, L. (2017). Cousins of food fraud? Illegal import and food trade in EU. Poster (P2 009) presented at 31st European Food Science and Technology (EFFoST) Conference. Food Science and Technology Challenges for the 21st Century - Research to Progress Society. 13 - 16 November, Sitges, Spain.
  39. Manning, L (2017) Land or water grabbing? Emerging geographies of food; Royal Geographic Society, Birmingham 8th November 2017
  40. Manning, L. Innovations in product and packaging design and development to counteract food fraud Food and Drink NPD and Innovation Summit Ricoh Arena Coventry 7th November 2017
  41. Manning, L.J and Parrott, P. (2017), The impact of workplace placement on students’ entrepreneurial intention, Teaching and Learning Conference Harper Adams University 20th September 2017
  42. Manning, L.J and Soon, J.M (2017), Framing illicit behaviour in the rural economy, Rural Crime Seminar, University of Huddersfield 5th-6th September 2017
  43. Wood, V., Huang, I., Manning, L., Ward, S., and Randall, N. (2017), Business models for sustainability in food waste management in the food retail industry: key driving factors, BAM 2017 – British Academy of Management, Re-connecting management research with the disciplines: Shaping the research agenda for the social sciences, 5th – 7th September 2017, University of Warwick, UK
  44. Wood, V., Huang, I., Manning, L., Ward, S., and Randall, N. (2017), Business models for sustainability in food waste management in the food retail industry: key factors driving change, Royal Geographic Society Conference, RGS London, 29th August – 1st September 2017.
  45. Manning, L. (2017) Chair's presentation- Eradicating food crime, increasing consumer confidence: ensuring the integrity and safety of the UK’s food supply network post-BREXIT Thursday 9th July 2017 Strand Palace Hotel London
  46. Manning, L. Soon. J.M., Aguiar, L.K., Eastham, J.F., and Higashi, S.Y. (2017) Pressure: driving illicit behaviour in the food supply chain 12th Research Workshop on Institutions and Organisations (12th RWIO) Brazil 10-11 July 2017
  47. Manning L. (2017), Risk perceptions in the food supply chain, The Future of Food Safety Conference, University of Salford 18th May 2017
  48. Hamilton-Webb, A., Naylor, R., Manning, L. and Conway, J. (2016), Farmers' experience of, and response to climate change in Gloucestershire - conclusions from a mixed method study, RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2016 30th August – 2nd Sept 2016
  49. Hamilton-Webb, A., Naylor, R., Manning, L. and Conway, J. (2016), A conceptual framework to understand farmers' response to climate change risk: A case study of Gloucestershire, England, RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2016 30th August – 2nd Sept 2016
  50. Manning, L. Soon, J.M., and Smith, R. (2016) Developing countermeasures in the food production environment to mitigate product related fraud, 6th Counter Fraud and Forensic Accounting Conference, University of Portsmouth, 7th June 2016.