Current most popular features of FoodLegal InHouse ranked by users
Subscribers to the new FoodLegal InHouse compliance portal platform with its food and marketing regulatory compliance tools and databases, designed for food and beverage companies, are providing great feedback on its time-saving and cost-reduction benefits.
Subscription to FoodLegal InHouse gives access to Australia’s most comprehensive food compliance resources including FoodLegal’s unique proprietary compliance methodologies, training materials and commentaries, powerful search engine tools and project management tools, and more.
Some of the contents that are highly valued by rankings include
1. The new Food Standards Code
Due to come into effect 1 March 2016, the new Food Standards Code is fully searchable with commentaries and updates on new methodologies from FoodLegal’s team of experts.
FoodLegal InHouse analytics reveal subscribers getting comprehensive usage of the methodologies for determining the appropriate regulatory choices for food additives in food compliance.
Decision-making is being made easier in resolving such issues as:
- Whether the substance is a food additive;
- When it can be used;
- How much can be put into the particular product
3. Product names, descriptors and visual images
FoodLegal InHouse is assisting in mitigating risks of any breach of the Australian Consumer Law.
4. Health and Nutrition Content Claims
This type of claim made on a product label triggers numerous different criteria for usage of each claim. FoodLegal methodologies are simplifying numerous tasks. From 18 January 2016, it will no longer be acceptable to rely on the previous transitional health claims standard. Having FoodLegal InHouse makes new product innovation, and development of new marketing claims and campaigns, much easier.
5. Place of Origin claims and requirements
FoodLegal InHouse provides access to explanatory guidelines and materials for determining the best solutions under both the Australian Consumer Law and the Food Standards Code.
FoodLegal InHouse is the first system of its kind in the world. Its user-friendly platform and practical step-by-step guidance tools and powerful searching capabilities is definitely simplifying company decision-making and reducing time and cost in compliance for designing products and clearing compliance hurdles in marketing.
For more information about FoodLegal InHouse, interested companies are directed to Claudia de Alba at FoodLegal InHouse 03 9606 0022 or click here to register your interest.
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