Webinar – Mandatory Environmental Labeling for Italy Explained (21st Oct 2021)

From 1st Jan 2022 all the packaging (B2B and B2C) placed on the market in Italy – even if produced in other EU Member States – shall be marked with:

– the code of the material under Decision 129/97/EC;
– the indication about the correct disposal (B2C only).

This obligation is having a huge impact on domestic and foreign food and food packaging manufacturers. The law is extremely concise, while hundreds of pages of guidance and Q&A have been drafted by the collection and recycling organizations (e.g. CONAI).
The entry into force of this law raises also questions on its compatibility with EU law.

More about the obligations in our previous post.

Discover all the details with Cesare Varallo and Alberta Clavarino on 21st October 2021, 3-5 PM CEST.

COST: 70 €/participant. For groups of people from the same company, we will offer discounts.
The event will be recorded. Recording and slides will be available for participants or can be purchased later on.

The subscription to the event will include as a gift from our side the shipping of the book “Regulation 1169/2011: a short expert commentary” (available on Amazon), written by our dear friend and colleague Prof. Alfred Hagen Meyer, together with us and many other amazing food lawyers!

To register please send an e-mail with your data (name, surname, affiliation) to foodlawlatest@gmail.com

NB: THE DETAILS FOR PAYMENT AND THE ZOOM LINK WILL BE SENT OUT FROM US DIRECTLY TO YOUR E-MAIL!

Recently LinkedIn saw a peak of scammers posting fake links on the events page: so WE WILL NOT PUT ANY LINK TO ACCESS TO THE EVENT ON LINKEDIN. CHECK YOUR MAIL.

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