Manufacturers looking for advice on launching nutritional products across Asia and in Latin America can benefit from a free 20-minute one-on-one regulatory advice session with EAS experts at Vitafoods Asia next month.
Throughout the Vitafoods Asia expo, which takes place Sept. 5-7 in Hong Kong, our advisers will be on hand to clarify on the regulatory do’s and don'ts for successfully launching and keeping products on Asia and Latin American markets.
The advisory sessions will cover issues tailored to the needs of companies, including product formulation, health claims, new foods or food supplement ingredients, labelling requirements and procedures for entering the different markets.
“The key to success is to fully understand the different national regulations in the target markets and develop a strategy that is focused on addressing the requirements in a scientific and credible way,” said Wai Mun Poon, Regional Regulatory Affairs Manager at EAS Asia. “Through our advice sessions we aim to give companies the necessary information to understand the existing and emerging legislative regulatory frameworks, so that their strategies ensure the commercial success of their products.”
Established 20 years ago to provide an expert and comprehensive approach to solving regulatory issues in food and nutrition policy, EAS works with government bodies, trade associations and companies to deliver information, advice and solutions on the impact of regulatory frameworks and policy.
Vitafoods Asia is an annual event dedicated to nutraceutical ingredients and raw materials. The 2012 event will feature over 160 global exhibitors, a finished products zone, free seminars, keynotes from world authorities, a VIP opening ceremony, product launches, a free discussion forum on regulatory developments relevant to the sector and networking events.