FDA’s Package Labeling Changes Exposed from the Top Down

Are you concerned about your facility's ability to comply with FDA's new nutrition facts format ruling? The compliance date has been extended to January 1, 2020 for companies that have $10 million or more in annual food sales and January 1, 2021 for companies that have less than $10 million in annual food sales to make sure their products on the shelves are displaying the newest food package label format.

While FDA label compliance is necessary, it's not as daunting as you may think. We know many of you are confused about these mandatory changes, so we've prepared a new 30-minute webinar that outlines the changes. Our resident food labeling expert, Elaine Meloan, breaks down what's different in the label format and how you can make the transition to using it in our newest free webinar FDA’s Package Labeling Changes Exposed from the Top Down.

Reserve Your Seat
As FDA's labeling compliance dates approach, we'll have more helpful tips you can use to bring your facility into compliance. In the meantime, reserve your seat at our upcoming food labeling seminars where we'll break down FDA's labeling changes in more detail and you'll put your new knowledge to use developing food product labels.

Hands On Help
Have your labeling basics down but need some help with implementation? Our food labeling experts offer a wide variety of cost-effective services to assist you in meeting FDA and USDA food labeling requirements.

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