Next Conferences and Webinars – China, USA, mycotoxins and labelling focus on bakery products

In the next period I will participate in many interesting events. It could be a nice occasion to meet and share a coffee.

In case you want to meet or more info, please write me at foodlawlatest@gmail.com

All the events will be in Italian, but the webinar on USA export/labeling requirements is doable in any moment also in English.

  • 13th June 2016 – Torino – “Food marketing in China”. The event will be hosted by the Chemical Lab of the Chamber of Commerce and together with my colleague Nicola Aporti, Head of the food practice at the Chinese law firm HFG, Shangai, we will discuss about exporting procedures, labeling, non tariff barriers and food frauds/counterfeiting issues;

 

  • 16the June 2016 – Alessandria – “Labeling of Bakery Products”. A specific focus on how to label and market those kind of products, organised by the Chemical Lab of the Chamber of Commerce of Torino and Alessandria;

 

  • 22nd June 2016 – Webinar MV Consulting – “Food labeling in USA and export fundamentals”. This online webinar will give you the main information about how to approach the market and label your products, as well as some hints about the ongoing changes due to the Food Safety Modernisation (FSMA) act implementation;

 

Book – “RASFF history and future challenges” in “Lecciones de Derecho Alimentario 2016”

For the Spanish speaking readers recently has been published an interesting collective opera about food law, which touch many of the main issue on the table nowadays, “Lecciones de Derecho Alimentario 2015-2016”, Aranzadi.

I have been invited from Prof. Luis Gonzalez Vaqué, coordinator of the book, to write down a short history of the Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF) system, explaining in a practical way its functioning, its actual changes and the future challenges. Special attention was dedicated to its relationships with other existing systems (from the WHO Infosan to the Food Fraud Network) and to the REFIT exercise of the EU Commission on Regulation (EC) No 178/2002.

Many other interesting topics are touched, from food labelling to food frauds, from the new Chinese Food Safety Law to food supplements.

At the link given above you can look at the summary of the book. Here the full list of authors:

Nicola Aporti, Elena Atienza Macías, Silvia Bañares, Paolo Borghi, José Mª Ferrer Villar, Isabel Hernández San Juan, Francisco Millán Salas, Montserrat Prieto Goberna, Vito Rubino, Remedios Aranda Rodríguez, Renzo Bairati, Rosa María Blanca Herrera, Pedro Diaz Peralta, Corrado Finardi, Joan Mier Albert, Hugo Alfonso Muñoz Ureña, Vicente Rodríguez Fuentes, Isabel M. Segura Roda, Cesare Varallo.