Food products regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) must contain numerous key components, from manufacturer location to nutritional facts. But complying with even the most obvious requirement—the “statement of identity” for your product—is not as straightforward as it seems. Get the guidance you need to untangle federal rules on making the right declarations, the right way, and in the right places—and avoid getting sent back to the drawing board.
Join food labeling expert Gisela Leon in this information-packed webinar as she explains in plain English what FDA labeling requirements are and how to satisfy them. Specifically, she will explain what you must include on the principle display panel (PDP) of your product—everything from what it is and what it’s for to its “characterizing flavor.” Leon will also decode the rules for designating artificial and natural flavors—and how to include them on an ingredients list.
After attending this instructive session, you will know how to: design a compliant PDP, craft a comprehensive statement of identity, properly declare characterizing flavors, and include all required elements in their proper spots and formats (hint: yes, font size is key!). Best of all, Leon will deliver plenty of examples and real-world scenarios to illustrate how to put all of these rules to work on an actual food product.
This program will teach you how to:
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Gisela Leon has over 30 years of expert knowledge in international labeling. She is well-experienced in U.S. labeling requirements for food, dietary supplements and cosmetics, in European food laws and multi-language labeling. As a regulatory consultant, she focuses on a concise review process, having reviewed hundreds of labels for U.S. compliance and brought international products into compliance with U.S. regulations. Her international labeling background allows...
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