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Conventional Food Claims and Labeling
This webinar will cover how conventional food companies should label their products for the US market per FDA requirements, considerations avoid claims, building regulatory compliance into company programs for development and launch of properly labeled dietary supplements.
Why Should You Attend:
The regulation of US food claims and labeling began in 1906 with passage of the Pure Food and Drug Act, and the regulatory environment continues to evolve today with advances in food formulation, packaging, processing and ever-increasing attention to the role of foods in human health. In this highly-regulated arena, it is vitally important for food companies to ensure their product labels and accompanying claims are fully compliant with applicable statutes and regulations.
This 90 minute session is designed for food companies in the US, and is focused on helping those companies develop food labels and claims that comply with applicable statutory and regulatory requirements. Functional groups that have regulatory, legal, marketing, product development, consumer relations, external relations, or clinical research responsibility will benefit from the information shared in this webinar.
At the end of this webinar, the speaker will handle your specific questions related to the topic.
Areas Covered in the Webinar:
- Product classification.
- Statutory definition of food
- Compare and contrast with other FDA product classifications
- FDA oversight of Conventional Foods.
- Key FDA offices; senior officials and managers.
- Applicable statutes, regulations and guidances.
- Conventional Food labeling
- FDA requirements for Principal Display Panel.
- FDA requirements for Nutrition Facts box
- Allergen labeling requirements
- Other statutory and regulatory labeling requirements.
- Types of food claims.
- Unqualified health claims.
- Qualified health claims.
- Structure-Function claims.
- Nutritive value claims.
- Other claims – for example, “organic, natural & healthy”
- Claim substantiation.
- Unique kinds of foods: medical foods and dietary supplements.
- Truthful and non-misleading advertising.
- FDA and FTC standards.
- Enforcement trends
- Audit readiness / documentation.
Who Will Benefit:
- Regulatory affairs
- Professional Relations
- External Relations
- Consumer Relations
- Product Development
- Clinical Research
- Internal Auditors
- Quality Assurance
- Risk Management
Dr. Bradley Johnson, Ph.D., is Owner and Principal of BN Johnson Consulting, LLC, and brings more than 20 years of corporate technical and management experience to this Compliance Online training event. In his consumer product career, Bradley has managed regulatory resources to support upstream innovation and post-market compliance of many conventional foods, dietary supplements, OTC drugs, cosmetics and medical devices. His areas of expertise include regulatory strategy & option analysis, regulatory support for research, development and commercialization (including formulation, packaging, quality, stability, claims, labeling, advertising), as well as support for product recalls, site inspections, and new supplier evaluations. He is also skilled in regulatory team building and capability development, negotiation with regulators, and crisis management.
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