FoodLegal announces workshop in compliance marketing
The workshop addresses new issues concerning Australia’s new Country of Origin labelling laws and recent ACCC cases such as the Heinz decision.
“This is a Food Marketing Compliance Workshop to help business owners identify risks in their marketing, and give them tools to mitigate and manage these risks and how to compliantly stand out in the marketplace.” Says Charles Fisher, a principle of FoodLegal
Cliftons, 60 Margaret St, Sydney, NSW
Monday 28th May 2018 8.45am-1pm
Cliftons, Level 1, 440 Collins Street, Melbourne
Thursday 31st May 2018 8:45AM-1pm
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