As the FDA and other government agencies continue to update food labeling guidelines, manufacturers must be able to rapidly identify and address the risks that lead to label inaccuracies.
In this webinar, Cameron Prince, a global food regulation expert, shares core labeling issues that jeopardize production uptime, compliance, and brand trust. With over 35 years of experience, Cameron lays out the foundation for keeping regulatory compliance, and provides critical recommendations to improve labeling controls.
Key takeaways for Food Manufacturers include:
- The state of labeling in food manufacturing
- Upcoming labeling regulations that impact global distribution
- Steps to spot and control mis-labeling risks
About the Presenters:
Executive VP, Regulatory Affairs @ The Acheson Group
Cameron Prince is Executive Vice President of Regulatory Affairs with The Acheson Group (TAG). Cameron is a highly experienced food safety and management consultant with over 35 years of experience in food regulatory programs and the food industry in both the US and Canada.
Cameron has participated in and led many technical trade negotiations regarding market access for food and agricultural products. He most recently held the most senior executive position at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) as VP of Operations. He also led the Food Safety Modernization initiative now underway in Canada under the Safe Food for Canadians Act (SFCA).
His areas of specialization are: food safety recall and crisis management, development of food safety systems under FSMA, GFSI and SFCA, Animal Feed programs, Food Safety audit, and government regulatory liaison.
Cameron is a certified lead auditor for BRC and FSSC 2200, a certified HACCP trainer (NSF), and a FSMA Preventive Controls lead instructor.