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Understanding US FDA food and allergen labeling requirements training from SGS – learn about the FDA rules on food and allergen labeling and find out how to comply with FSMA requirements.

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FSMA rules on preventive controls require food facilities to control allergen cross contact and ensure allergens are appropriately listed on the labels of packaged food products. This course will show you how to comply with the FDA’s general food labeling requirements and how to meet FSMA requirements for allergen labeling.

Why choose training in understanding US FDA food and allergen labeling requirements from SGS?

This course covers:

  • Food labeling regulations
  • Food labeling basics
  • Elements of food labeling
  • Conditionally required labeling
  • Special labeling requirements

After completing this food and drug labeling course, you will:

  • Understand FDA food labeling requirements for various categories of foods
  • Be able to implement allergen labeling requirements
  • Be able to categorize food label elements
  • Understand the elements of conditionally required labeling
  • Be able to identify special labeling requirements for certain food categories

Upon course completion, you will receive a certificate.

Course details

  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Accreditation: SGS
  • Training options: eLearning

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