Regulatory Month - Exclusive Member Event
Date: 16 September - 14 October, 2020
Exclusive online event for Leatherhead members only. Places are limited so on a strictly first-come, first-served basis.
This online event provides a great opportunity for members to stay up-to-date with recent and forthcoming changes in EU, UK and international food legislation. Each week the Leatherhead team will run webinars with Q&A sessions for our members. Leatherhead's Regulatory Month is exclusive to full members of Leatherhead Food Research. Places available are dependent on membership level and are as follows:
- Platinum – five places per membership
- Gold – three places per membership
- Silver – two places per membership
- Bronze – one place per membership
Online for 2020
This year our usual Regulatory Day will take place as an online event, Regulatory Month. Members are invited to register for the webinars they would like to attend. If you can’t make the live event, we’ll be uploading recordings and slides for each webinar to the Member’s area so you don’t miss out.
16 September | 15.00 - 16.00 BST
Efficiencies in Multi-Market Launches: a focus on APAC and USA
The presentation will address how companies can efficiently launch products to ensure a smooth and harmonised market entry. The presentation will deal with how to identify best practice, anticipate and overcome regulatory obstacles with practical market examples from launching products in different markets, such as from US/EU into APAC countries.
23 September | 15.00 - 16.00 BST
Revision of the General Food Law: Potential Effects on Innovation, Transparency and Risk Assessment (food and plant protection)
The new EU transparency Regulation applies from 27 March 2021 and significantly amends the existing EU framework on General Food Law. This presentation highlights the main changes and their implications for stakeholders; particularly those involved in the registration or approval of new ingredients or substances
30 September| 15.00 - 16.00 BST
Brexit: Where do we go from here?
In this webinar we will be looking at preparing for post-transition Brexit having studied UK and EU publications checking for changes particularly applicable to the food industry and we will be outlining a checklist of things you need to be aware of to avoid your products being held up crossing the border from the UK to the EU and vice versa. These cover everything from labelling through tariff and non-tariff barriers onto transport facilities and more.
7 October | 15.00 - 16.00 BST
Botanical Ingredients in Europe, North America and APAC
With consumers expressing a keen interest in botanicals due to perceived health benefits; manufacturers are taking a keen interest in incorporating a wide range of these ingredients, such as ashwagandha, turmeric and maca, into their food supplements and beverages. However, there continues to be a lack of regulatory clarity as well as non-harmonisation of the regulations across the different markets. In this presentation, we will provide an overview of the current regulatory landscapes in these markets, as well as critical steps that manufacturers must undertake to ensure safety and regulatory compliance of their products.
Topics covered include:
- The General Food Law
- Botanical ingredients
- Multi-market product launches
From this event you will:
- Gain an invaluable inside view and understanding of regulatory developments
- Receive insight into current hot topics and evolving legislation and guidance
- Be able to access recordings of the sessions through the members area
Who should attend?
- Senior Regulatory Specialists, Regulatory Managers, Directors and VPs with EU or Global regulatory responsibility
- Technical Managers, Innovation Teams, Quality Control Managers and others with food legislation or labelling responsibility
- Food businesses who are members of Leatherhead who want to find out more about our services
Whilst travel restrictions and social distancing guidelines are in force, we will be running this event online to ensure the safety of our members and staff. We intend to resume running on-site events at our Great Burgh site when it is safe to do so.