20 June 2007. Radisson SAS Royal Hotel, Brussels
The Regulation on Health Claims that was published earlier this year promises to be the most significant piece of food legislation ever agreed in the European Union. Planning business strategies that will benefit from this change are now widely considered essential elements of good business practice. Such strategic planning will involve evaluating the impact, or potential impact, of the legislation.
This workshop provides answers to the key questions surrounding the impact of the Regulation, and examines how the new legislation will link to other laws relevant to the food and nutrition industry.
EAS is a team of skilled and experienced food law policy advisers, with practical experience in working with food companies and government bodies. We excel in finding practical solutions to often complex problems. EAS consultants take on many speaking assignments at national, European and international conferences
|09.30-10.00||Registration and Welcome Coffee|
|10.00-10.30||Introduction on the Regulations |
and the EU Regulatory procedures involved
|10.30-12.30||Selected Aspects |
Business to business
Article 13 list of generally accepted claims
|13.15-14.15||Procedure and Transition Periods|
|15.15-16.15||Questions and Answers|
Participation is limited to 25 people for the event, so please register soon by filling in the form and returning it to: Cindy Garcet EAS 50, Rue de l’Association B-1000
Brussels Belgium Tel: +32 (0)2 218 14 70 Email: email@example.com www.eas.eu