Food Labeling for Food Producers Workshop
Thursday, January 16, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Food Labeling for Food Producers
State and federal food labeling requirements can be very confusing for food producers and processors. This seminar will help to clarify regulations for the food products most commonly sold by Vermont and NH food producers and processors. State and Federal nutrition labeling laws will be explained and resources for product labeling approval will be provided. Other items such as UPC codes and label claims will also be reviewed. In addition, a label media and product packaging open-forum discussion will be held at the end of the workshop for those who have label media, design or printing questions. A variety of label media will be provided at close of class for participant review and product testing.
This workshop is designed to assist all food and/or beverage producers in labeling, compliance and design topics as they relate to their business.
About the presenter: Alicia Baker, Marketing Coordinator with ImageTek Labels, works closely with food and beverage producers all over the country to meet label and nutrition compliance standards set forth by the FDA and other third party sources. She will be presenting on Food Safety and Labeling topics on behalf of ImageTek Labels of Springfield, VT. ImageTek Labels specializes in digital print labeling and compliance for food and beverage producers throughout the United States.
Who should attend? People interested in selling food or beverage products to consumers.
Questions: For more information on the course, please contact Alicia Baker email@example.com
When & Where
Center for an Agricultural Economy, home of the Vermont Food Venture Center
The Center for an Agricultural Economy (CAE), located in Hardwick, Vermont, is dedicated to building a regenerative, locally based, healthy food system by engaging the greater Hardwick community through collaboration opportunities, educational outreach and providing infrastructure.
We operate the Vermont Food Venture Center, a multi-use processing facility in Hardwick, VT that provides equipment, technical and business support for specialty food and minimal processing as well as co-packing services.