September 24-25, 2018
Kansas City, Missouri
EAS’ Food Labeling Compliance Seminar has been awarded 16 CEU credits by the Commission on Dietetic Registration.
As the food industry turns its focus to compliance with the latest FDA guidance for labeling regulations, the significance of those changes and how they influence claims are raising questions. Which ingredients must be declared as added sugars and which can be dietary fiber? EAS Consulting Group, with our vast expertise in assisting food firms in all manners of FDA compliance, is offering a food labeling compliance seminar in Alexandria, VA and an opportunity to learn from our internationally renowned labeling experts.
Learn food labeling regulations from internationally renowned experts, who had primary roles at FDA in shaping current labeling regulations and experience in the development of thousands of food labels.
This hands-on, two-day seminar covers the basics of how foods need to be labeled to comply with the complex set of labeling rules, covers the latest in food labeling issues that have gotten attention from FDA, and provides answers to your most challenging questions.
Group Rate, two or more from the same firm – 10% per person (GROUP10)
Federal/State Government Employees – 50% per person (GOV50)
Registrants with Promotion codes – Limit one Promotion code per transaction
Who Should Attend?
- Individuals involved in management, regulatory affairs, and quality control/assurance in the manufacturing of foods.
- Those responsible for preparing or reviewing food labels.
- Consultants, auditors, attorneys and others interested in food labeling compliance.
At the Food Labeling Compliance Seminar, You Will
- Learn FDA food labeling requirements from labeling experts who helped to develop and implement the current regulations and have reviewed hundreds of labels for the industry.
- Learn about hot issues that have triggered recent FDA warning letters.
- Apply learning in practical work sessions.
- Have your specific issues addressed and discussed in a casual, interactive learning environment.
- Participant’s Manual with copies of presentation slides
- EAS Type Size Guide
- Food Label Handbook – Developed by EAS Independent Consultant, Gisela Leon, the 115-page guide discusses how changes to nutrient values are listed and how those changes impact claims, assisting companies in developing compliant food labels based on FDA’s final rule. (A $99 value.)
James E. Hoadley, Ph.D., EAS Independent Consultant
During Dr. Hoadley’s 20-year FDA career, he participated in the development of NLEA-implementing nutrition labeling and health claim regulations. As a Senior Regulatory Scientist in the Office of Nutritional Products, Labeling and Dietary Supplements (ONPLDS) Dr. Hoadley’s primary responsibilities were in food label claim regulations. In this role, he conducted scientific and regulatory reviews of petitions for new health claims and nutrient content claims.
Gisela Leon, EAS Independent Consultant
Gisela Leon brings in over 21 years of experience in international labeling of food and over 8 years’ experience in US labeling. As a regulatory consultant, she has focused on a concise review process for food, dietary supplements, and cosmetics. As a long-term EAS Consultant, she has reviewed hundreds of labels for US compliance and helped international products to come into compliance with US regulations. Her international labeling background allows her to point out differences or similarities with other countries.
Minimum Registration Policy
Should the minimum enrollment number for the seminar not be met, EAS has the right to cancel by July 1, 2018, and refund the registration fee in full.
Cancellations received before July 1, 2018, will result in a $95 processing fee. No refunds will be given for cancellations received after that date. Substitutions will be allowed as long as notice is given to EAS in advance.
For More Information
Contact Amy Scanlin at (571) 447-5500 or firstname.lastname@example.org
EAS will conduct this seminar for individual firms upon request. Bringing the seminar in-house at your facilities can be a cost-effective alternative to train your employees. It also allows the program to be tailored to your particular needs. Contact us for more information.