About This Summit

Email Paola Garcia at paola.garcia@foodinstitute.com for questions about group discounts.

Attendees will first learn the basics of FDA’s and USDA’s food labeling requirements, including mandatory label disclosures and rules for authorized food labeling claims (such as low fat, healthy, gluten-free, organic). Requirements for GE labeling and country of origin labeling will also be reviewed.

The seminar will next cover the murky area of undefined claims such as natural, artisan, handcrafted, wholesome, made with “real’ ingredients, and others. Special attention will be given to FDA enforcement and lawsuits brought by class action attorneys.

The seminar will end with a series of special sessions devoted to carbon labeling, naming of plant based animal alternatives, front-of pack nutrition symbols, changes in clean labeling, amendments to standards of identify, and future trends and developments including a review of the proposed Food Labeling Modernization Act of 2021.

3 day virtual training seminar. Dates and Times Below:
• Tuesday, October 5, 1:00pm - 5:00pm ET (Sessions 1)
• Wednesday, October 6, 1:00pm - 3:00pm ET (Sessions 2)
• Thursday, October 7, 1:00pm - 4:00pm ET (Sessions 3)

Guest Speakers:
Carlos F. Ramirez - Principal, Reese LLP
Eva Greenthal - Senior Science Policy Associate, Center for Science in the Public Interest

Why should you attend?
• Best-In-Class Instruction - Training from one of the top food labeling experts in the country.
• Online access - This year's labeling course will again be held virtually, making it easier than ever to attend.
• Customization - Access the full seminar or choose which sessions are most important to your business.
• Replay on-demand - You will have the option to attend live or on-demand.
• Q&A session - You can ask an experienced lawyer your specific labeling questions.

All questions submitted during the webinar will be answered within 48 hours
Sessions in this Summit
  • The Basics - Mandatory Requirements
  • Food Labeling Claims and Class Action Lawsuits
  • Food Labeling Trends and New Developments

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