News By Tag
* Food Labelling
* Nutrition Labelling
* Food Safety and Inspection
* USDA and FDA
* Drinks Labelling
* More Tags...
News By Location
Food Labelling: A Practical Guide for Unambiguous Labelling Information & Compliance with Regulatory
The Regulation came into effect on 13th December 2011. It will apply from 13th December 2014, with the exception of mandatory nutrition declaration* which will apply from 13th December 2016.
The fundamental rule of food and drinks labelling states that labelling must not mislead consumers. This applies to the entire label, encompassing pictures, graphics and text.
A number of companies are obviously coping while many are making attempts at trying to comply with the regulations but are either providing too much or too little information to satisfy the enforcement authorities and the demands of their business customers. This webinar will provide food and drink manufacturers with appropriate guidelines for supplying the consumer with clear and unambiguous labelling information
Why Should you Attend:
Attend this webinar to have a clear understanding of what information should be on a label. The training session will dwell extensively on the ten legally bound things on the list of information which labelling laws say must be included on most foods. Participants would be shown with practical examples how to calculate Quantitative Ingredient Declaration (QUID), when to declare it and when it is inappropriate to declare.
This webinar will show the use of symbols or simple icons to help direct consumers to information. The session will address the declaration of allergens on labels and making claim about vitamins and minerals. Certain foods with specific labelling requirements will be highlighted.
At the end of the webinar, the attendees would gain the appropriate skill to confidently carry out label analysis and also be well informed on what to do to ensure compliance so as to prevent recall incident as a result of product mislabelling.
Objectives of the Presentation:
Grouping information on the label
Making a claim about vitamins and minerals
Print size and clarity
Quantitative ingredient declaration/
Use of symbols or icons
Specific labelling requirements
Who can Benefit:
Food Processors and Manufacturers
Owners of SME’s
Regulatory Affairs and Compliance Professionals
QA & QC Managers
Government food Inspectors
Consumer and Market Research Professionals
Advertising, Brand, Marketing and Public Relations Managers
Dieticians & Nutritionists
Toll free: +1-510-857-5896
38868 Salmon Ter,
Fremont, CA 94536, USA
Nihar Ranjan Mohanty