PRESS RELEASE: MSU’s Institute for Food Laws and Regulations Offers a Food Labeling Workshop for Food Industry Professionals
Labeling regulations are a specialized, complex area of law. Understand these requirements to avoid costly mistakes. IFLR will offer training at a Food Labeling Workshop in Orlando, Florida, March 7-8, 2023.
MSU’s Institute for Food Laws and Regulations Offers a Food Labeling Workshop for Food Industry Professionals
East Lansing, MI - Michigan State University’s Institute for Food Laws & Regulations (IFLR) will present a Food Labeling Workshop on March 7-8, 2023 at the DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Resort, Disney Springs, Orlando, Florida.
This workshop is designed for food industry and regulatory personnel who are responsible for the development or review of food labels in compliance with U.S. federal law. Trade association staff, food consultants, and attorneys will also find this program valuable.
Topics covered will include the latest information on food allergen labeling, requirements for principal display and information panels, ingredient statements, nutritional content, health claims, and practical issues related to food labeling regulation. The workshop format will also allow time for questions and a hands-on review of label problems.
“Labeling regulations are a specialized, complex area of law,” said Neal Fortin, IFLR Director, “understanding these requirements is both essential for staying within the law and staying competitive in today’s marketplace."
Interested participants can learn more and register at: www.iflr.msu.edu/labeling.
The Institute for Food Laws and Regulations’ mission is to further education in food laws and regulations. In addition to the Food Labeling Workshop, the Institute offers online graduate certificates in U.S. and International food law. Most students take one course per semester while working full time at food companies around the world. IFLR offers ten online graduate-level courses covering an overview of international food laws and regulations, and courses specifically on the United States, Canada, the European Union, China, Codex Alimentarius (the Food Code), animal health and food safety, regulatory leadership, wine/beer/spirits, and the FSMA Preventive Controls for Human Food Rule.
Contact: Andrea Besley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
More information at: www.iflr.msu.edu/labeling