Food Retailers' Top 10 Labeling Issues

Getting it Right--Grocery & Supermarkets, Convenience & Discount Stores 

(Webinar length:  1h 10m)

Overview:

The retail environment can have notable distinctions when it comes to food labeling requirements. From fresh food descriptions or proper merchandising for principal display panels to healthier product identification or barcodes, QSRs and smartphone apps expanding the presence of e-labeling via website info, knowing the rules specific to contemporary practice as well as emerging trends are vital for regulatory compliance and marketplace success.

This webinar will address managing the realities of labeling for the retail product shelf.

Issues to Be Covered (Top 10):

  • Private Label & Contract Packing - managing responsibility for ingredients, names and claims
  • Bakery, Deli & Bulk self-serve - what triggers labeling; allergen ingredient disclosure
  • Menu labeling implications from state or impending federal requirements
  • On-site prepared packaged products
  • Fresh Produce - Nutrition Facts, servings and claims
  • Fresh Meat - USDA-FSIS requirements
  • Fresh Seafood - accurate species names; farmed and wild claims
  • P-O-P labeling - shelf talkers
  • Nutrient Rating Systems
  • Advertising Circulars, Newsletters, and In-store

Who will benefit from this webinar:

  • Regulatory Affairs & Compliance Professionals
  • QA and QC Managers
  • Food Scientists, Technologists & Product Developers
  • Government food inspectors
  • Consumer & Marketing Research Professionals
  • Advertising, Brand, Marketing & Public Relations Managers
  • Legal Consultants and Professionals
  • Dietitians and Nutritionists
  • Importers and Exporters
  • Int'l and Foreign Agricultural Trade Reps

Presenter--Lauren Swann


lauren swann

Lauren Swann is President of Concept Nutrition, Inc., specializing in strategies to effectively deliver accurate nutrition messages for industry, media and public health.  She established the Regulatory Affairs department for Vlasic Foods International. Clients include well known food companies, retailers, restaurants and trade associations.  She’s co-authored and written chapters for six books, including the Nutrition Labeling Handbook and has been interviewed by national and local media including NPR. She has an MS in Nutrition Communications from Boston University, a BS in Medical Dietetics from Howard University, is a Registered Dietitian, Licensed in Pennsylvania.


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