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  Federal Food Allergen Labeling & Consumer Protection Act Seminar

December 2, 2005

This AHPA tele-seminar features a range of experts on the legal, regulatory scientific, and medical aspects of the new law. This is your company’s chance to receive targeted and instructional information so that you can efficiently learn the relevant components of the law, become trained to set up a compliance program, and hear what is at stake if products do not meet the new policy.

What you will learn from these experts:

  • Anthony Young, Esq, of Kleinfeld, Kaplan and Becker, LLP, & AHPA’s Legal Council — discusses the law, its history and the significance of compliance from a legal and regulatory perspective
  • Robert S. Donofrio, MS,Director of the microbiology and molecular biology laboratory, NSF International — outlines various testing methods for the allergens listed in the law, and advises how to set up testing and compliance program within your company
  • Mary Hardy, MD, Member of the Human Nutrition Division at the UCLA-based David Geffen School of Medicine, and Medical Director of Cedars-Sinai Integrative Medicine Program — with her extensive training in botanical and western medicines, she gives a clinical perspective on the risks of food allergens and the risk of non-compliance
  • Rhonda Kane, MS, RD, Consumer Safety Officer with the FDA — reviews "FDA’s Q & A on the Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act", which she co-authored
  • Robert J. Moore, PhD, Team Leader for Compliance and Enforcement in the Division of Dietary Supplement Programs, Office of Nutritional Products, Labeling and Dietary Supplements, FDA — answers questions about compliance and FDA enforcement of the new law

Materials in this packet include:

  • Text of the Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act of 2004, and related FDA guidance 
  • 10-page NSF International template: Dietary Supplements In-Plant Audit Checklist
  • List of Allergen Test Kits, arranged by major allergen groups, that includes details on detection limits, equipment requirements, cost and time requirements
  • Bibliography of key articles on food allergen research and findings
  • Course Outline, Speakers’ Presentations & Bios
  • Transcript, and answers to questions posed by attendees
  • Audio file

Member Price: $220.00

Non-Member Price: $520.00

       
 



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