EAS experts in international regulation and policy will offer a presentation on the trends and changes on food labeling requirements in key Latin American markets during their participation Food Ingredients South America, which will take place in Sao Paulo on Aug. 5 to 7.
Eugenia Muinelo, regulatory affairs advisor at EAS Latin America, will provide a presentation on Aug. 5 which will help companies get an overview on the trends in labelling and on approved regulations in some of the key markets in Latin America such as Mexico, Chile, Ecuador and Peru about warning icons or statements, labelling of genetically modified organisms (GMO) in foods and draft laws, initiatives and debates about labelling in other countries of the region such as Brazil and Argentina.
“Latin America is a region where diverse changes on food labelling have been observed as a result of the current development in this area. Participants will be able to visualize the changes that have been realised and which are the trends that could also be expected to take place in other Latin America countries” said Eugenia. “Knowing the changes and developments in key Latin American markets permits to better adapt and predict the impact in product marketing,” she continued.
Food Ingredients South America is a platform of the food and drink market that meets international providers with cutting edge technology and solutions in order to help food and drink manufacturers with the innovation process. The technical conferences program during the three-day event will be divided in eight modules to contribute to a wide coverage of topics, such as: marketing and trends, health claims, cereals and food supplements, among others.
For more information on EAS participation at Food Ingredients South America, please visit the event’s website here.