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Introduction

The new course covers changes introduced to Food Labelling requirements by the 2011 European Directive on the provision of food information. It explains the transitional arrangements on the new rules. These new requirements will have a major impact upon the information provided on food labels for consumers. The course is designed to provide candidates with the knowledge of the changes to help food manufacturers prepare for and comply with the law.

Duration

1 Day, 09.00 – 17.00

Who Should Attend?

The course is intended for Quality/Technical Managers and personnel as well as Label Designers and Food Marketing staff.

Course Objectives

This course explains the New Food Labelling Legislation in force from December 2014.

Course Content

  • Introduction to Food Labelling
  • Current Legislation
  • Food labelling Regulations
  • Key changes
  • Labels – current & New rules
  • Origin labelling
  • Responsibilities – Food Business OperatorsUnderstand how communication can reduce the risk of adverse reactions.

What are the benefits?

On successful completion, delegates will have improved understanding the new Food Labelling Legislation. Delegates will also be able to identify any current weaknesses in their labelling systems and update these in line with the new laws.

In-House Courses

Offering better value for money, they can be designed to closely match your specific requirements.

Style of Delivery & Course Leaders

Our course tutors have substantial experience in the field of Food Law. They are qualified and experienced with extensive Food Law experience across a wide range of sectors including manufacturing and retail.

Certification

All delegates will be awarded a certificate verifying attendance and completion of the course.

Booking & Course Fees

The fee includes lunch and refreshments during the course.