Food Labeling Compliance Seminar announced

Food Labeling Compliance Seminar announced

EAS Consulting Group, experts in quality regulatory services related to FDA issues, announces upcoming seminar in the Chicago area.

Food labels have come under increased FDA scrutiny. How well do you know current food labeling regulations? Are your labels in compliance with requirements?

Learn food labeling from former FDA labeling officials who helped shape current labeling regulations and experienced food labeling consultants. This hands-on seminar covers how foods need to be labeled to comply with the complex set of labeling rules, discusses food labeling issues that have gotten FDA's attention, and provides answers to your most challenging questions.

"With FDA's proposal for revamping the nutrition label requirements, there will be a need to change an estimated 700,000 food labels. Now is a great time to learn what this means for your company," said EAS Consulting Group Chairman and CEO Ed Steele.

Learn the specifics of food labeling with an eye toward FDA compliance from former FDA officials who helped shape current labeling regulations and who understand compliance issues. EAS Consulting Group offers an opportunity to gain insight directly from recognized leaders in the field. Course instructors include:

  • James E. Hoadley, Ph.D., Senior Consultant: During Dr. Hoadley's 20-year FDA career, he participated in the development of NLEA-implementing nutrition labeling and health claim regulations. As a senior regulatory scientist in the Office of Nutritional Products, Labeling and Dietary Supplements (ONPLDS), Dr. Hoadley's primary responsibilities were in food label claim regulations. In this role, he conducted scientific and regulatory reviews of petitions for new health claims and nutrient content claims.
  • Gisela Leon, Senior Consultant: Gisela Leon brings over 21 years of experience in international labeling of food and over eight years' experience in U.S. labeling. As a regulatory consultant, she has focused on a concise review process for food, dietary supplements and cosmetics. As a long-term EAS consultant, she has reviewed hundreds of labels for U.S. compliance and helped international products to come into compliance with U.S. regulations. Her international labeling background allows her to point out differences or similarities with other countries.

More information, including registration information and discounts can be found on the EAS website, or by contacting Cathryn Sacra at 571-447-5505. 



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