Innovative path to “clean label” and best solutions for solving problems
Attendees say that the workshop provided great working examples of clean labelling strategies and insights into how to interpret the Food Standards and the Australian Consumer Law.
The “Clean-est Labelling and Marketing Strategies” workshops provided an interactive forum for attendees to work through informative real life scenarios.
FoodLegal principal Charles Fisher provides clear definitions and his experience and knowledge helps sort out the appropriate choices available for labelling compliance.
Here were the most typical comments from those who attended the previous sessions of this workshop:
“Well worth attending. Offers valuable insight into regulatory interpretation.”
“Great snapshot of relevant issues”
“Great content, great understanding, great presentation”
“Great insights on the new standard and how clean labelling can be used”
“Invaluable. This could prevent you making a costly misstep.”
Clean-est Labelling and Marketing Strategies
Best Practice in Clean Labelling: How food marketing can meet the compliance essentials
This FoodLegal workshop focuses on the food labelling obligations not only under the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code and the Australian Consumer Law, but also how these can be navigated to present the cleanest image of your product. Of course, without misleading or deceiving your consumers in breach of the Australian Consumer Law.
This workshop also covers how some important new distinctions arise from the changes under the new Food Standards Code, which comes into effect in early 2016.
Limited tickets remain for the final two events
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