Chicago, IL, July 06, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Join Q1 for the 3rd Semi-Annual Food Labeling: Evolving Regulatory Compliance Conference in Alexandria, VA. The conference, hosted by Q1 Productions, will take place September 15-16, 2016 and will bring together experts from the FTC, and USDA in addition to top executives in the food manufacturing industry.
This year, there will be many networking opportunities and interactive panel discussions to round out the agenda. Featured topics include consumer attitudes and buyer behavior, GRAS notification, and gluten free trends. In addition, Jeff Canavan of the USDA will present a panel entitled "Going Beyond FDA Regulations: Evolving USDA Labeling Requirements."
Building on past food labeling conferences, this event will feature a more intimate setting allowing for valuable discussion and many networking opportunities. The expert presenters will also allow delegates to share best practices with the best in the industry. The topics causing the most concern will be discussed in-depth with regulatory and industry leaders, providing valuable takeaways for those who attend.
For more information on the 3rd 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, #Q1FoodReg.
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.