March 12 - 13, 2013
March 12, 2013: 2 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. through
March 13, 2013: 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Location: Westin O’Hare, Chicago
Attendees may make hotel reservations starting on January 14; the cut-off date is February 19.
Call (847) 698-6000 and ask for the National Confectioners Association’s rate of $139 per night.
Cost: $495 per person
Two or more people from one company: $250 for each additional person
A la carte: $200 for first half day; $350 for second full day
Labeling Basics and Beyond
Food labels are increasingly scrutinized by trial lawyers and consumer groups for their compliance with FDA regulations and also for their intent to convey truthful or potentially misleading information to consumers. The consequences for some companies have included significant legal fees to defend their products, label changes, and loss of consumer trust. Protect your company by understanding FDA regulations within this litigious environment.
This one and a half day course will cover the basics of food labeling and more. On the first half day we will cover basic labeling material including what is necessary on the primary display panel, information panel and nutrition facts panel.
Once the basics have been reviewed, we will take the second day to discuss more current “hot topic” issues including claims, statement of identity issues and class action lawsuits that are becoming more predatory in targeting food labeling. We will also be on hand to answer questions.
Once completed, an attendee should be able to review packaging to see if it is in compliance with FDA and should be aware of associated risks with making claims. Attendees should also be equipped with resources to consult if questions arise.
|Day One||Day Two|
Basic Label Review
Principal Display Panel
Class Action Lawsuits
Principal Attorney, OFW
Manager of Science and Public Policy, NCA
Executive Vice President, NCA
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