Chicago, IL, October 15, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Food labeling professionals will have the opportunity to discuss the most top-of-mind issues, regulations and changes at the 2nd Annual Food Labeling: Evolving Regulatory Compliance Conference in Arlington, Virginia, February 4-5, 2016. The conference, back by popular request, will offer peer-to-peer workshops, interactive panel discussions, and in-depth, high-level sessions led by industry experts.
This year, conference delegates can expect a wide array of topics, including insight on the role of the Federal Trade Commission in food and beverage marketing claims, proposed regulatory changes to added sugars labels, evolving USDA labeling requirements, cost reduction strategies in relabeling, and much more. Nearly two dozen of the industry’s most successful and influential professionals will be on hand to lead sessions and panels, including Carolyn Hamm of the Federal Trade Commission, Robert C. Post of Chobani, Jeff Canavan of USDA, and Cathy Weir of Mead Johnson Nutrition.
Several of the latest proposed changes will be addressed, such as the proposed mandatory addition of added sugars to nutrition facts labels, regulatory position on genetically engineered labeling, and challenges related to international labeling regulatory requirements. Consumer behavior will also be addressed, with discussions on buyer behavior as it relates to food labels and increased transparency to consumers. Conference delegates will take part in open-floor discussion on all sessions and will have opportunities for question and answer as well as additional networking opportunities throughout the event.
For more information on the 2nd Annual Food Labeling: Evolving Regulatory Compliance Conference, please visit www.q1productions.com/foodlabeling or email email@example.com. You can also follow the conference on Twitter @Q1Productions, #Q1Food.
About the Organizer:
Q1 Productions designs and develops webinars, training courses, conference programs and forums aimed at specifically targeted audiences throughout highly regulated industries in order to provide strategic learning and timely program content. Through a highly structured production process focused on research calls with end-users and key stakeholders in the industry, our team is able to understand the immediate business concerns of today’s leading executives. Whether focusing on new or pending legislative and health policy issues or enhanced technologies or processes that will drive efficiency, our programs provide solutions to the urgent educational and information needs of our attendees.