Best Practices in Food Process Labeling & Regulation - Webinar CD/Transcript

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Best Practices in Food Process Labeling & Regulation: Pathway to Transparency or Claim Substantiation Nightmare?

Country of origin ... GMO vs. non-GMO ... organic vs. ‘natural’ vs. ‘cage-free’ vs. ‘humane’ ... grower and farm labor practices ... environmental claims ... the list goes on, and it’s growing.

Sure, a strong health claim can send your products flying off the shelves. But go too far and you risk sanctions from the FDA, FTC and USDA to state and local health departments, not to mention the ire of consumer groups and their well-paid lawyers.

Here’s how to stay on the safe side of the line.

Order the Best Practices in Food Process Labeling & Regulation presentation from FDAnews.

Led by the former Chief Food Law Counsel at Campbell Soup Co., you’ll dive deep into current law and regulation covering every aspect of process labeling — GMOs, consumer safeguards, false claims and more.

Your presenter is Steve Armstrong Esq., former Chief Food Law Counsel at Campbell Soup Co. and now an independent advisor for EAS Consulting Group.  At Campbell, Armstrong led the effort to brief FDA and USDA on Campbell’s call for mandatory GMO labeling and its research on GMO labeling and consumer understanding.

In just 90 fast-paced minutes, you’ll come away understanding:

  • Where “process labeling” fits among labeling claims
  • Opportunities and challenges in transparency
  • How to spot a risky claim: The view at the FDA and the FTC
  • How to substantiate claims that are challenged
  • Resources to bolster claim accuracy and lower your liability
  • Elements of GMO regulation that apply to food processing
  • Best practices for process-label transparency without overpromising
  • And much more!

Consumers want healthy foods. Regulators want truthfulness. You want more sales and fewer hassles. This session delivers the information you need.

  • Regulatory affairs
  • Quality
  • Marketing/advertising/branding
  • Manufacturing/production
  • Submissions/approvals
  • Research/development
  • Commercial operations
  • Retailer relations
  • Legal counsel

Steve Armstrong Esq. was Chief Food Law Counsel at Campbell Soup Co. He is now an independent advisor for EAS Consulting Group, counseling food manufacturers on labeling claims and the law.  At Campbell, Armstrong led the effort to brief FDA and USDA on Campbell’s call for mandatory GMO labeling and its research on GMO labeling and consumer acceptance.