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Dairy Facts 2016

Webinar Recording: Ready for Vermont? Complying with the First Mandatory GMO Labeling Law

Cary Frye, Vice President, Regulatory & Scientific Affairs at IDFA; Emily Lyons Director, Regulatory Affairs & Counsel at IDFA; Michelle Albee Matto Principal at AM Food & Nutrition

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Thank you for purchasing the recording of the webinar: Is Your Company Ready for the Vermont GMO Labeling Law? The purchase of the webinar recording includes a link that will prompt you to the recording of the webinar, along with the presentation copy and all the materials shared by the speakers during the online program. Description: If you sell products in Vermont, there is no time to wait to decide how to comply with the state’s complex law for labeling foods containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs), which goes into effect July 1, 2016. IDFA’s labeling and regulatory experts created this webinar to help companies better understand how to comply with the nation’s first mandatory GMO labeling law. To avoid massive penalties and possible regulatory or citizen enforcement that could result from mislabeling, dairy company staff must understand the specific requirements of Vermont’s law. These labeling requirements are coupled with complex recordkeeping requirements. IDFA's Webinar: Is Your Company Ready for the Vermont GMO Labeling Law? walks participants through the different aspects of Vermont’s law, explains the evaluation needed to determine which products must be labeled or are exempt, and discuss the law’s strict recordkeeping and labeling requirements. Learn the ins-and-outs of this complex law and the steps that companies must take to comply. If you have any questions, please send them to

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Product ID: WEMPDP160216V
Publication Year: 2016