Kris DeAngelo is a lead instructor for the Institute for Food Laws and Regulations, and a private practice attorney with 20 years of experience. Ms. DeAngelo teaches Food Laws and Regulations in China, Food Laws and Regulations in Latin America, and Global Food Laws and Regulations Food Contact Substances/Packaging. She also assists in the Food Laws and Regulations in the US, International Food Laws and Regulations, and the Codex Alimentarius courses. She represents IFLR by speaking at various international food law forums.
Ms. DeAngelo holds an LLM in Global Food Law from Michigan State University. She also earned a Bachelors of Science in Chemistry, from Michigan State University, a Masters of Arts in Educational Technology, from the University of Michigan, and a law degree, magna cum laude, from Michigan State University. She has also earned the IFLR certificate in International Food Law.
As a former community college anatomy and physiology professor and national board certified high school science teacher, Ms. DeAngelo is passionate about teaching and helping students learn and apply science and law to their professional lives.
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Published on February 2, 2022
Antimicrobial Stewardship and Global Food Safety: The Next Pandemic?
Published on January 24, 2022
In a Dog Eat Dog World, Are Regulations Strong Enough to Protect Your Pup?
Published on January 17, 2022
What’s on the menu for 2022? Covid-19? Listeria? Salmonella? E. coli?
Published on January 15, 2022
To Beef or Not to Beef? That is the Question
Published on September 16, 2021
Are we Leaving our Seniors Food Insecure and Deserted?
Published on August 25, 2021
IFLR partners with MSU Extension to offer online FSMA Produce Rule Grower Training
Published on July 22, 2021
How are Direct-to-Consumer Food Sales Like Farmers Markets and Home Kitchens Regulated for Food Safety?
Published on July 21, 2021
COVID-19 Health Crisis and a Resulting Food Crisis
Published on April 6, 2020