FDA Nutrition Labeling Revisions and Impact on Food Label Claims
For the first time in more than two decades, FDA has updated the Nutrition Facts label found on most food packages in the U.S. with three regulations update: revision of the Nutrition and Supplement Facts labels and changes in some of the serving sizes of foods. Two of the new regulations have a major impact on the food industry requiring an estimated 800,000 labels to be updated.
EAS is ready to assist you in compliance with these important changes including formatting, mandatory nutrients, added sugars, dietary fiber, folate, and serving sizes. Our newest training, FDA Nutrition Labeling Revisions and Impact on Food Label Claims which focuses on the 2016 Nutrition Labeling Final Rules, offers an in-depth discussion of the required Nutrition Facts Panel and Supplements Facts Panel revisions as well as opportunities and challenges for new claims and existing nutrient content claims based on Daily Values. The impact on the “healthy” claim and authorized health claims will also be discussed. Students will come away with a step-by-step plan on how to “tackle” the conversion from the old Nutrition Facts Panel format to the new.
Taught by expert EAS labeling consultants, this one-day seminar will help you gain the most important information necessary to understand required changes that must be made to your product labels in order for them to be in compliance with FDA’s newest requirements.
At this Seminar you will:
- Learn FDA’s latest labeling requirements from regulatory experts.
- Be able to ask questions of former FDA officials to get an understanding of how the Agency thinks.
- Receive a valuable Participant’s Manual containing all slides and handout materials that will save you time and help assure your labels are in compliance.
- Get an opportunity to apply learning in practical work sessions.
USDA Labeling Compliance Seminar
Working with meat and poultry products and not sure how to go about labeling your products? Not sure if you meet a food standard? Join EAS Consulting Group experts for a one-day training program that explores the world of USDA food labeling You will learn what required features need to be on the label if you need to qualify the product name and even where to look up food product standards. We’ll also touch on hot topics such as natural, allergens and gluten-free.
At the Seminar You Will Learn:
- The features required on a USDA label
- When Qualifiers are needed in the product name
- Where to find the standards for USDA products
FSMA Part 117: Preventive Controls for Human Food for Managers
EAS intensive one-day training seminar, FSMA Part 117: Preventive Controls for Human Food for Managers, is geared specifically for executives and managers and details the broad oversight of how preventive controls for human food required under Part 117 of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) should be managed in an organization. Attendees will leave with a clear understanding of their role and how to better manage the implementation of the new part 117 preventive control regulations.
The topics will include:
- An introduction to FSMA & Part 117 Elements
- Subpart A – General Provisions
- Subpart B – Good Manufacturing Practice
- Subpart C – Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventive Controls (HARPC)
- Subpart D – Modified Requirements- Warehouses
- Subpart G – Supply Chain Program
- Subpart F – Recordkeeping Requirements
FSMA Part 117 Compliance for Dietary Supplements
FSMA’s preventive controls rule, 21 CFR 117.5(e), exempts finished dietary supplements (DS) from the requirements for preventive controls and a supply-chain program if they are in compliance with 21 CFR 111, and with adverse event reporting. Exemption from these two elements of Part 117 does not mean dietary supplement manufacturers are unaffected by FSMA.
EAS one-day seminar, FSMA Part 117 Compliance for Dietary Supplements will cover the elements of FSMA with specific applicability to the dietary supplement industry, with information geared to the various roles within a food manufacturing facility. Attendees will leave with a clear understanding of their role and how to better manage the implementation of the new part 117 preventive control regulations.
- An introduction to FSMA & Part 117 Elements.
- Subpart A – General Provisions.
- Subpart B – Good Manufacturing Practice.
- Subpart C – Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventive Controls (HARPC).
- Subpart D – Modified Requirements – Warehouses.
- Subpart G – Supply Chain Program.
- Subpart F – Recordkeeping Requirements.