LABELING REQUIREMENTS FOR FOODS AND BEVERAGES
MARKETED IN THE U.S.
Regulatory and Policy Essentials for Food Sector Professionals
2 Day – Live Virtual Course
Provide the necessary training for your staff to assure food product labeling complies with U.S.
regulatory requirements and meets customer and consumer demands.
Food and beverage labeling requirements in the U.S. are complex and getting more comprehensive as
market innovation trends change at a fast pace. You need to stay ahead of the curve as the Federal and
State regulations, policies, and guidance continue to be refined and redefined. This course will provide you
with the foundational and practical knowledge you need to comply with new and established labeling laws
and regulations. The instructor, Dr. Robert Post, a former director of scientific and regulatory programs in
federal agencies and industry, will cover emerging issues in regulations and labeling to help food sector
professionals and product developers reformulate and react to marketplace drivers, such as clean/clear
labeling, production and health claims, and responsible sourcing. Understanding the regulatory implications
for labeling is essential for a product’s success in today’s market.
FOOD AND BEVERAGE LABELING TRAINING
This two-day virtual course is specifically designed for food industry professionals to receive in-depth
instruction on USDA and FDA regulatory labeling requirements for food and beverage products sold in the
At the conclusion of this course, participants will have the knowledge and tools to understand and apply:
- The rules for mandatory labeling of food products
- Requirements for nutritional labeling
- Rules for health and nutrition claims
- Requirements for voluntary labeling features
- The rationale for hot topics in food and beverage labeling
For more information on Labeling Requirements for Food and Beverages Marketing in the U.S. training offered by Deibel Laboratories, Including on-site courses and course registration, please contact Sales at Sales@DeibelLabs.com (847-329-9900).