Accuracy in Protein Labeling: Following the Letter of the Law

Posted on:January 14, 2019

Click to Enlarge WHEN IT COMES TO labeling, given the litigious society we live in, food and ingredient manufacturers have more to worry about than government oversight from the FDA and FTC. “The FDA looks at your labeling; the FTC … Continue reading


Proposed Non-GMO Labeling and Certification Options

Posted on:January 8, 2019

WHILE NON-GMO claims are fast growing, the regulatory land- scape is unclear. Nancy Knight, Director of Quality and Regulatory Compliance, Orgain, Inc., discussed current challenges, as well as options for non-GMO labeling in her presentation “Non-GMO Transparency: Understanding Your Options.” … Continue reading


Ingredient Labeling, Regulatory Risk & Consumer Confidence

Posted on:November 2, 2018

In dealing with clean food and beverage package labels, “we are really dealing with consumer perceptions,” said Lauren Swann, MS, RD, LDN, President of Concept Nutrition, Inc. This, she proposes, spells opportunity. There is no (U.S.) government designation for what … Continue reading


Problems with Labeling Added Sugars

Posted on:August 12, 2018

Food manufacturers take note: There still remains an important, albeit small (perhaps 1-1/2 year) window of opportunity for food and beverage companies to convince the U.S. Food & Drug Administration’s (FDA) to modify or eliminate its pending sugar-labeling regulations, according … Continue reading


The Food Industry’s Current and Future Regulatory Environment

Posted on:April 27, 2018

April 27, 2018-– The Protein Trends & Technologies Seminars consists of a one-day Pre-conference Program: Business Strategies and a one-day Technical Program: Formulating with Proteins. Attendees can register for either one alone or for both for a cost savings. The … Continue reading


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