Food Labeling In MX
When : Monday, August 16, 2021
Time : 01 : 00 PM EST
Duration : 180 Minutes
Risk manager under the Product Safety and Compliance organization for one of the most important e-commerce retailers. She has more than 12 years of experience in product compliance and labeling in global companies like Hershey's, Herbalife, and Reliv.
She is passionate about the academic field and has participated as a speaker in numerous workshops on food labeling, food safety, food import, nutrition and marketing, in forums such as the University of Guadalajara, Youth Congress in Action, Nutrire Biennial of Nutrition, or the Food Safety International Network as well as developing and structuring publications on food and food selection with American publishers. She has a Master's Degree in Marketing Management, a Bachelor's Degree in Nutrition and a Diploma in Haute Cuisine.
She currently directs Dr. H consultancy: a compliance consultancy founded in 2015 that provides assessment on a food product, non-alcoholic beverages, food supplements and cosmetics among other categories.
General Mexican labeling specifications for pre-packaged foods and non-alcoholic beverages have been submitted to different changes due to health policies in Mexico. In order to comply with the new guidelines, you’ll need to cover numerous rules, standards, and some other regulations.
Receive the most up-to-date information first-hand from an industry expert that collaborated through the ICC in the most recent updates to the standard. Avoid unnecessary fines for non-compliance in regards to food labeling requirements in MX.
- Labeling guidelines
- Commercial information
- Inspection bodies
- Warning seals
- Implementation phases
Course Level - Intermediate
Who Should Attend
- Food Industry
- Health Industry
- R&D Industry
- Marketing Teams
- Food Engineers
Why Should You Attend
At the conclusion of the webinar, you will acquire the basic knowledge of the food labeling system in MX and be sure your products will be compliant with all of them.
food labeling is a complex system built of at least, 7 standards, 2
laws, a couple of rules among others. The compliance of all of them may
vary on the standard of identity of each product translating into a hard
and complicated process if you are not aware of all of them.