DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "FDA NLEA Regulation for Retail and Foodservice Labeling - An overview of current regulation and pending regulations" webinar to their offering.
The laws that regulate food labeling, especially under the NLEA, have been updated in recent years since the original regulations were written. There are also many pending changes that will affect regulation requirements. It is important to keep up with the changes to ensure compliance. The number one cause of food product recalls is improper labeling. These recalls are expensive for food manufacturers in actual cost with brand loyalty and loss of potential sales being the larger and sometimes unrealized cost. Understanding food labeling requirements is the first step in prevention of labeling issues.
Nutrition Labeling is one of the most recent pending updates to the CFR. Customers rely more and more on retail labeling to manage diet due to diabetes, obesity and other health conditions. Accurate labeling is required for all individuals. The FDA is sensitive to this need and may audit products at any time to ensure compliance. The Nutritional Labeling and Education Act of 1990 AKA NLEA defines what should appear on packaged retail products.
Objectives of the Presentation:
Attendees will leave with knowledge of the topic, resources within the government websites, and reference presentation to use. This webinar will give you a clear understanding about Allergen labeling, gluten free regulation, claims, labeling change and labeling requirements.
Why Should you Attend:
Printing of labels is expensive and for long shelf life products that have a lengthy lifecycle it becomes expensive to make corrections. Getting it right the first time saves time, money and helps the consumer. Common challenges and the resultant types of regulatory action will be discussed. Inclusive products and label attributes will be reviewed in detail.
Who can Benefit:
- Corporate or facility regulatory personnel
- Quality assurance personnel
- Legal risk management personnel within food manufacturers or restaurant companies
- R&D Personal
- Specification developers of new and existing products
- Auditors who review facilities quality assurance programs
Attendees will gain knowledge and understanding on:
- When labeling or other regulated information is required for food labeling
- How to present the information and where to present it
- Claims and support of these claims
- Allergen labeling and gluten free regulation
- History of regulation and the impact to consumers and food companies
- Approaching food labeling requirements as a compromise between regulatory and marketing
- Proposed regulation changes will be discussed in detail
- Proposed sugar labeling change
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/gtt5zv/fda_nlea