Join nutrition-policy expert Beth Johnson for a high-level look at US food labeling requirements and future considerations. Over the past few years, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has made changes to the nutrition facts panel and pertinent regulations. Additionally, the U.S. Department of Agriculture will soon be requiring products to be labeled as to whether they contain bioengineered ingredients. The presentation will cover the updated FDA’s nutrition labeling rules as well as USDA’s bioengineering labeling regulations. It will provide a comprehensive view of how the final rules will impact your product labels, examine common misunderstandings, and discuss the best strategies to effectively communicate through your label. Finally, attendees will be provided an update on FDA’s plans regarding future activities.
USA – FDA FOOD LABELING COMPLIANCE
Update and Future
What you'll learn
- Understand the FDA food labeling compliance overview and recent changes.
- Essentials on mandatory labeling elements, nutrition labeling, new requirements, new dietary ingredients and essentials on voluntary label statements.
- FDA food labeling compliance regulations to successfully export to USA.
- Providing training to food and beverages companies faced with the challenges represented by competitiveness, quality and globalization.
- General USA Labeling Authorities
- FDA Labeling Requirements
- FDA Nutrition Labeling Updates
- Future Directions
- Recorded webinar in english (spanish subtitles)
- Course materials (PDF)
- Certificate of completion
$85 USD + %16 IVA | Webinar Free with our MEMBERSHIP FSIN 2021-22
Food safety and nutrition policy Regulatory council in food policy — food safety, nutrition and labeling food labeling — FDA and USDA regulated products animal agriculture food safety testing congress public health and consumer advocacy outreach. CEO and Founder of “Food Directions” Washington D.C.USA. Specialist in food safety and nutrition policies, regulatory council in food policy, food safety, nutrition and labeling. She works in compliance with the food labeling regulations of both the FDA (United States Food and Drug Administration) and USDA (United States Department of Agriculture).Works with the Department of Health and Human Services / Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Department of Agriculture / Food Safety and Inspection Service, Food Nutrition and Consumer Services and Center of Nutrition Policy and Promotion and Trade Representative of the United States and Congress to achieve the objectives. She has experience as Acting Under Secretary for Food Safety and Deputy Director of Personnel at the USDA.