Health Claims in North America and Europe: Capitalizing on Recent Developments

Scientific requirements and regulatory processes for claim substantiation have changed in Canada, the European Union (EU), and the United States (US). Across all 3 jurisdictions, there is increased scientific rigor, transparency, and comprehensiveness for claim substantiation. Without knowledge of what is expected and the right tools to meet the expectations, the process of claim substantiation can appear daunting and/or lead to unsuccessful applications.

Cantox’s 2-day workshop will guide you through the “what” and “how” of claim substantiation - what the science is, how the science is met, and how claims are regulated. Both the science and regulations of claims in Canada, the EU and the US will be presented, in addition to key recent developments pertaining to claims in each jurisdiction. Systematic approaches, tools, and key principles for claim substantiation, which can be applied to all jurisdictions, will be shared, in addition to aspects related to the design of clinical trials for health claim substantiation.

Today’s consumers are increasingly choosing the ‘healthier alternative'. Cantox’s workshop is an opportunity to learn from experts on how to capitalize on this growing trend whilst carrying out due diligence.

To gain expertise on the science and regulations pertaining to claim substantiation in Canada, the EU, and the US, we invite you to attend Cantox’s 2-day workshop:

Health Claims in North America and Europe:
Capitalizing on Recent Developments

For more Information on this event:

Please see the attached Workshop Flyer or visit - Full Conference Brochure.pdf

If you wish to take advantage of this opportunity, simply follow the registration instructions listed inside the attached flyer. If you have any questions, please contact the Workshop Coordinator:

Tracy Veale
Workshop Coordinator, Chemicals Group
Cantox Health Sciences International
2233 Argentia Road, Suite 308, Mississauga, Ontario L5N 2X7
Tel:(905) 542-2900; Fax:(905) 542-1011
Email: [email protected]

Space is limited so register early to avoid disappointment!

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