Navigating new food channels: risks and opportunities - online interactive workshop

The seminar runs from 12pm - 1.30pm AEST*


Navigating new food channels: risks and opportunities FoodLegal war stories and new issues for the omni-channels.

Presenters:

Charles Fisher – Principal Lawyer

Choosing the best consumer channel for healthy product: food, cosmetic or therapeutic

John Thisgaard - Senior Associate

Opportunities and perils for online and contactless sales or delivery for foods and alcohol

Jenny Awad - Senior Associate

Different opportunities through new supply chain approaches

Joe Lederman - FoodLegal Chairperson… a few wise words

* AEST is Australian Eastern Standard Time ( time in Canberra , Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Newcastle, Cairns, Geelong, Shepparton).



All bookings are subject to FoodLegal's terms and conditions:
1. If you cancel within 48 hours of the date, only 50% will be refunded.
2. FoodLegal has the right to refuse / exclude anyone from a training course without any recourse
3. FoodLegal has the right to cancel any booking & refund the fees
4. FoodLegal reserves the right to update these terms and conditions.

FOODLEGAL WORKSHOP : HEALTH CLAIMS, 2020 - online interactive workshop

This FoodLegal workshop on Health Claims 2020 is vital for anyone thinking about using health claims to set themselves apart in light of the recent ACCC case against Heinz (resulting in a penalty of $2.25 million) for representing their product as healthy.

We will help you answer questions such as:

• Is the claim “healthy”… a health claim?
• Where does the ACCC expect more than FSANZ in relation to health claims?
• Does just mentioning probiotics, fibre or protein count as a health claim?
• What is the difference between a “health claim” and a “nutrition content claim”?
• How much science do you need to self-substantiate a health claim?
• Does a health claim trigger any other labelling obligations?


All bookings are subject to FoodLegal's terms and conditions:
1. If you cancel within 48 hours of the date, only 50% will be refunded.
2. FoodLegal has the right to refuse / exclude anyone from a training course without any recourse.
3. FoodLegal has the right to cancel any booking & refund the fees.
4. FoodLegal reserves the right to update these terms and conditions.