ESHA to Host a Webinar Covering the FDA's Definition of Added Sugars and How to Comply

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Join industry experts as they discuss FDA's definition of Added Sugars and how to comply with the new regulations.

Webinar: The Buzz on FDA's Definition of Added Sugars

Webinar: The Buzz on FDA's Definition of Added Sugars

There are still some questions about both the definition of Added Sugars and how to calculate its value; our consultants can bring some much needed clarity to this issue.

ESHA Research, the leading provider of food formulation and labeling compliance solutions, is hosting a free webinar to clear up any lingering confusion over the FDA's new Added Sugars definitions. “The Buzz on FDA's Definition of Added Sugars” will cover what is considered an Added Sugar (and what is not), best practices for documentation, and Genesis R&D software tips for easy compliance.

The web event is led by ESHA's labeling and compliance consultants.

“As food manufacturers prepare for compliance with the updated regulations there are still some questions about both the definition of Added Sugars and how to calculate its value, now that it's a mandatory label nutrient,” said Craig Bennett, CEO at ESHA Research. "Our consultants can bring some much needed clarity to this issue."

The webinar will air on May 30, 2017, at 11 a.m. PT/2 p.m. ET.

To register, visit http://www.esha.com/webinar-registration. The webinar will also be recorded and available for on-demand viewing at http://www.esha.com at a later date.

About ESHA Research
ESHA Research, founded in 1981, offers a variety of nutritional analysis and label development solutions to ensure regulatory compliance. Our software programs and databases have been used all over the world, by food manufacturers, educational facilities, restaurants, healthcare facilities, and other industry institutions for nutrient analysis, labeling, product development, and more. In addition, ESHA Research offers software and regulatory compliance consulting and label-generation services.

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