International food law
Course Code: 679Z1
Date: 15 - 16 March, 2017
Location: Great Burgh, Epsom, UK
Member price: £1195 +VAT
Non Member price: £1555 +VAT
Leatherhead’s unique training course on International food law will provide you with an overview of the principles and application of current and upcoming food legislation in major international markets.
Covering countries such as China, Canada, India, the Gulf States, Turkey, Israel, Mexico and Brazil, sessions will include an overview of food law, general food and nutrition labelling requirements, food additives & flavourings and forthcoming changes in each of the particular markets. Question and answer sessions will enable you to address specific questions in order to get specific answers to the challenges you may face in your organisation.
International food law is an excellent forum for you to meet, stay informed and discuss food regulatory developments relating to major international markets with regulatory experts from Leatherhead Food Research.
Topics covered include:
- Overview of food legislation in:
- South Korea
- Questions & answers
From this course you will:
- Gain a good understanding of the regulatory frameworks and latest developments in food legislation pertaining to the countries covered
- Gain knowledge and skills that are essential in product development work
- Leave with the ability to generate legal labels for products aimed at the markets covered
Who should attend?
- Regulatory managers
- Technical managers
- Other food industry personnel with an interest in international food regulatory developments
Great Burgh is located on the outskirts of Epsom, Surrey, easily accessible via road or train.
Hotels: Follow the link for further information on variety of local hotels to suit all budgets.
“Most beneficial aspect of the event was to have a global view on the food regulatory content in several countries all over the world and where to find information, who is the best contact, how the legislation is organised and what is regulated”
“Overview on the main regulatory aspects of the different countries was very useful”