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Dairy Facts 2016

Introduction to Dairy Product Labeling 2016


IDFA is pleased to present its “Introduction to Dairy Product Labeling” webinar.  This two-session training opportunity will provide you and your staff with the essential information need to produce compliant and effective labels for your products. The two sessions, “Labeling 101” and “New Nutrition Labeling Regulations and Claims” will be interactive, allowing for participants' questions.

Dairy company staff must know the specific requirements of labeling dairy foods to avoid the waste and possible regulatory enforcement actions that result from mislabeling. Labeling claims also create new opportunities to market your products and drive sales.

Are you responsible for updating your labels to comply with FDA’s new regulations and already know the basic rules for labeling food? Then consider attending IDFA’s “Nutrition Label Reform Final Rules: Implications for the Dairy Industry” on September 20 & 21, 2016. This webinar addresses the new FDA regulations for revising nutrition facts label. It covers changes to nutrients and serving sizes with in-depth details on what your company needs to know for each step of redesigning and record keeping for compliant labels

November 1 & 2, 2016 | 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time

Cary Frye, Vice President, Regulatory & Scientific Affairs
Michelle Matto, Principal at AM Food & Nutrition
Representative from Hogan Lovells, IDFA’s outside legal Counsel on Food & Agriculture