The Essentials Series: Food Labelling 101 & #TRENDING CLAIMS 2020 - Online
These two highly online interactive half-day FoodLegal workshops will walk you through all the elements you need to consider when developing your product label, from allergen statements to ingredients lists and how to take into account the latest precedents that impact trending food product claims.
Attend one session or both. Individual workshop pricing available via booking link.
In light of the current circumstances around COVID-19, FoodLegal will deliver the workshops via Zoom at the scheduled times outlined below.
Zoom is a free video conferencing application, if you do not already have Zoom installed on your device, the application will automatically download when you click the "Join Zoom Meeting link" which we will email out to all participants three days before the workshop. You will then need to follow the instructions shown on screen to open the application. You do not need to register a Zoom account to join.
9:00 am - 1:00 pm AEST* Tuesday 12 May 2020. Early bird: $415
* AEST is Australian Eastern Standard Time ( time in Canberra , Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Newcastle, Cairns, Geelong, Shepparton).
This event is vital for anyone who is starting their journey into food labels and regulation, as well as those who are seeking an update on their labelling knowledge.
We will help you answer questions such as:
2:00 pm - 5:30 pm AEST* Tuesday 12 May 2020. Early bird: $415
* AEST is Australian Eastern Standard Time ( time in Canberra , Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Newcastle, Cairns, Geelong, Shepparton)
Do you know how risky your food marketing claims are? Know the Food Standards Code back to front ... but don't know how to predict ACCC priorities?
This online interactive half-day FoodLegal workshopwill empower you to assess the regulatory risk of the latest emerging and trending claims. We will explore the latest Court precedents and regulatory enforcement actions that impact trending food product claims including:
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