Dietary Supplements, Pet Food/Animal Feed, Food Contact Substances, Color Additives, Foods Produced via Fermentation, Cell-Cultured Products, and New Technology in the Production of FSIS-Regulated Products
Whether exploring U.S. market entry for an antimicrobial used in meat or poultry processing, manufacturing a dietary supplement, or developing a new food contact substance, food manufacturers need to be aware of complex FDA and USDA regulatory schemes. In this 60-minute webinar presented by members of our Food & Beverage and FDA teams who served as FDA and USDA regulatory attorneys, Sam Jockel and Ben Wolf break down what it takes to establish a suitable regulatory status for a number of products, such as:
- Dietary supplements
- Pet food and animal feed
- Food contact substances
- Foods produced via fermentation
- Foods produced via cell culture
- A new technology used in the production of meat, poultry, and egg products
- Color additives
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This program is provided as a complimentary service to clients and friends of Alston & Bird. CLE credit is pending for Georgia, Texas, California, and New York. Additional states may be available upon request.
Contact Lindsey Fisher at email@example.com or 212.210.9445.