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Food labelling update seminar: a review of 2017 and considerations for the future

Seminar: Tuesday 5 December 2017
Campden BRI, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 6LD, UK

Members of Campden BRI: £350 + VAT
Non–members: £450 + VAT


This seminar will focus on important developing labelling challenges and outstanding provisions of the EU FIC providing delegates with an opportunity to catch up on emerging food information and labelling issues.

Topics that will be discussed during the day include how to effectively communicate sugar reduction progress in line with Public Health England Guidelines; UK and EU Member State front of pack schemes; portion size labelling, nutrient profiling and origin labelling of primary ingredients. In addition the seminar will consider the fate of UK compositional standards and the status of protected product names after ‘Brexit’, marketing and sustainability claims; the increasing use of social media and considerations when choosing a legal name for your product.

Who should attend?

Essential for current employees and newcomers to the food and drink industry with responsibility for labelling compliance, this event will provide a great opportunity to discuss labelling issues relating to your products with the experts taking part.

Event director: Sharon Morey

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