Tuesday, 21 April 2020
9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Unlimited slots available
 
Food labels can provide a wide range of information to help consumers make food choices, whether these are based on personal preferences or the need to avoid certain ingredients or types of foods. Food labels also help to protect public health and safety by providing information on allergens present to enable consumers with food allergy to avoid these foods.  Evidently, food labelling is so much more than ingredient lists and nutrition panels.  
 
Presented by Chris Preston, this full-day training explores the full gamut of issues arising from food labelling, including...
• mandatory labelling tips and tricks, including trade measurement and origin labelling compliance;
• getting allergen labelling right and avoiding the number one cause of food recalls;
• the use and abuse of health claims;
• Australian Consumer Law compliance;
• data requirements, sources and retention;
• identifying and managing labelling risk situations and risk factors.
 
The focus throughout will be on the practical application of knowledge to workplace realities.
 
Who should attend?
Food professionals and business owners working in a regulatory role or quality assurance and control and marketing personnel, all needing to understand the regulatory system within which they must operate.
 
Join this Food Labelling Masterclass to get the latest insights! 
 
A bit about the presenter...

Chris Preston
Principal Legal Advisor
ComplyANZ
Chris Preston has over 30 years of experience providing legal advice and services to manufacturers and brand owners regarding the regulatory regimes governing food, beverages, cosmetics, OTC pharmaceuticals and general consumer goods. He served as Director, Legal and Regulatory with the Australian Food and Grocery Council, and has advised multinational and domestic clients of all sizes in over 15 years of private legal practice. While it could be said he has seen it all, he is the first to acknowledge that the food industry always brings new and intriguing challenges.

 

Key expertise:
• Food Policy and Regulation
• NPD, Formulation and Ingredients
• Training and Development
 

 

Tickets:
Student Members: $100.00
Student Non-Members: $165.00
Members: $200.00
Non-Member: $325.00
 
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