Food Label Seminars
We're thrilled to have the opportunity to host our events once again in person. We understand some may still be reluctant or unable to travel, so we are pleased to announce our first ever hybrid event. You'll have the opportunity to select from any of our sessions and indicate whether you plan to join us face to face or watch from the comfort of your screen. Please join us for a deep dive into the shifting landscape of Food Labeling Litigation, USDA or FDA Labeling & Marketing Claims, and USDA Generic rules. Prime Label's Seminar program offers four topical, half-day seminars which can be taken as a group or individually. Register for all 4 sessions and receive a bundled discounted rate of $1895. Purchase either of our manuals with any of our sessions and receive a $50 discount. (No coupon code needed, Discounts automatically apply).
Lawsuits, Liability, and Legal Views on Food Labeling
10:00 - 1:00 PM CT October 27, 2021With lawsuits and demand letters evolving to chase an expanding diversity of claims, it's important to stay up-to-date on litigation trends, as well as the battles being fought at the state level around alternative meat and dairy naming. Another trending area of concern is how to determine what ingredients can be used and how to craft ingredient petitions.This strategic, half-day session will have lawyers giving their perspectives on food labeling:- Demand letters, plaintiff litigation threats, and risk mitigation strategies- Standards of identity, product naming, alternative products- Ingredient acceptability, GRAS, food additive petitions
FDA Marketing Claims & Trends
2:30 - 5:30 PM CT October 27, 2021Ensuring compliance and substantiation of new product claims can be challenging. Labeling and marketing claims represent some of the best opportunities to differentiate and promote your product, but there is always a risk of warning letters and other enforcement when not managed correctly. Learn best practices from Prime Label’s visibility into emerging market trends, and leave with an understanding of a variety of FDA regulated claims. Our seminar covers:- Enforcement and risk mitigation framework- Nutrient, health, structure/function, diet, and immunity claims- Natural, “clean label,” ingredient, and allergen claims- Bioengineered and non-GMO statements- Plant-based, vegan, and blended meat/vegetable products- Sustainability, transparency, geographic, and environmental claims...and much more!This important session is designed to help determine new potential claims for your items, and how to apply them within FDA requirements.
USDA Labeling Claims
8:30 - 11:30 CT October 28, 2021Marketing meat or poultry products requires close attention to USDA regulations for generic eligible language and claims. More complex claims requiring review and approval should be considered throughout product development for the best chance of acceptance. This session will leverage PLC’s 50 years of experience working with USDA reviewers to cover:- Nutrition and diet claims- Animal raising and production claims- Ingredient claims from “made with” to “free of”- Sustainability, transparency, geographic, and environmental claims- Natural, organic, non-GMO
USDA Label Approval [including Generic]
1:00 - 4:00 PM CT October 28, 2021USDA label approval procedures continue to evolve with a new proposed rule for generic labels and an Inspector General's report on label accuracy. This seminar will review when you need to go to the USDA for approval and when you can do it yourself. It will also cover top hazards with label review and insider tips and tricks on how to manage the process to get to market faster. The three-hour session will investigate:- USDA-LPDS required sketch label approval process and LSAS tips- Eligibility for generic label approval- Common label compliance errors and Inspector General's findings- Record-keeping requirements and best practices- Insider's guide to label approval, claims and special statements- Future policy changes and predictions
Essential Guide to USDA Labeling
Whether used as a handy reference or a critical training tool, Essential Guide is an indispensable resource for all your USDA labeling questions. Now updated and expanded to reflect important changes in federal regulations, this 230-page manual includes:• Up-to-date information on restricted ingredients, regulatory jurisdictions, processing requirements, and more• The changing roles of USDA/FSIS and processors in label approval• Label approval records best practices—to keep your local inspector off your back!Click ADD multiple times to order multiple copies.Save $50 when you order with any of our sessions. Regularly $335. Discount automatically applies.
Essential Guide to FDA/USDA Nutrition Labeling
This manual is designed as a self-study guide to the complicated calculations of nutritional labeling. And as a convenient desk reference, this manual is designed for your constant use. This exceptional, 300-page volume:• Covers every food under federal regulation—from (chicken) soup to (cashew) nuts• Is organized in an easy to read, step-by-step format, in language you’ll understand• Covers every aspect of required nutrition labeling• Includes nuances and topics you won’t find anywhere else• Tips and tools to help save you time and avoid costly errors• Straightens out the ambiguities in CFR / and more!Click ADD multiple times to order multiple copies.Save $50 when you order with any of our sessions. Regularly $335. Discount automatically applies.
About Prime Label Consultants: Prime Label has been helping companies navigate food labeling since 1972. As a full service consulting firm, Prime Label Consultants leverages 48 years of food and beverage regulatory and nutrition expertise to support over 3,500 clients, ranging from general guidance to complete project development. The combination of systems, automation, training and expertise result in an unparalleled level of compliance, efficiency and cost savings for our customers.
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