Practical Food Law Seminar May 3-5

March 4, 2022
Law firm Keller and Heckman will hold the in-person event in San Francisco.

Food law firm Keller and Heckman LLP will hold its annual Practical Food Law Seminar May 3-5 at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco. It will be an in-person event, following whatever are the CDC's COVID-19 safety guidelines at that time.

The course provides members of the food industry with an overview of the applicable statutory and regulatory framework for foods, including dietary supplements. It will focus on food safety, as well as labeling and advertising. Some of the topics include:

  • Food contamination
  • Foreign objects
  • GRAS ingredients
  • Pesticide residues
  • Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) developments
  • California's Proposition 65

There also will be sessions devoted to labeling and advertising/promotion. Other topics include food import requirements, understanding food recall procedures and strategies for successfully handling FDA inspections and other enforcement actions.

Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit is available, pending individual state approval. All attendees can receive a certificate of attendance.

FoodProcessing.com visitors can get a 10% discount by entering the code "FoodProcessing2022." See more information and register at web.cvent.com/event/c9aec361-2ce1-4d87-9649-c7c7b197908a/summary.

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