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EAS will share insight on the topic at a workshop in Brussels.
With the passage of new nutrition and health claims in the EU, member states will inevitably have different interpretations of new claims as they relate to product labeling and wording, product development, and more. To help manufacturers avoid the pitfalls of a changing regulatory climate in Europe, EAS is hosting a limited-capacity workshop on October 11 in Brussels.
Titled “The Nutrition and Health Claims Regulation: Dealing with the present–Planning for the future,” the EAS workshop will highlight issues that will be open to interpretation across the EU’s 27 member states, article 13.1 claims that could be rejected, insight as to how regulatory enforcement agencies will enforce new rules, and more.