Over the years, consumers have been voicing their need for a more detailed breakdown of the ingredient list and nutrition information within their food. As a result, the FDA has placed the pressure on food manufacturers to be transparent in their food labeling. Thus, the new 2020 food labeling compliance rules were released and the new label format required.
Food, beverage and dietary supplements companies realize that clean labeling and visible manufacturing practices are more than just regulatory requirements. It’s not just good business; it can also make for a competitive advantage in a crowded marketplace.
Elizabeth Salvo from ESHA Research teamed up with TraceGains to discuss the labeling changes. Salvo is Director of Regulatory and Consulting Services at ESHA Research, the preeminent nutrition software provider for almost four decades.
Watch this on-demand webinar to explore the rules for authorized food labeling claims requirements for GE labeling and country of origin labeling. Listeners will learn about the murky area of undefined claims such as natural, artisan, and wholesome and hear about recent FDA enforcement, compliance actions by self-regulatory authorities, and lawsuits brought by class action attorneys.