ESHA to Host Live Webinar on FDA’s Menu Labeling Regulations

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In five short months, restaurants, supermarkets, convenience stores, and movie theaters with 20 or more locations will be required to post calories on menu items. ESHA’s webinar will cover FDA’s Menu Labeling rules and best practices to ensure compliance with upcoming regulations.

The FDA will be enforcing the Menu Labeling regulations starting May 7, 2018, and we want to do everything we can to make sure our clients are prepared for compliance and this webinar is another avenue for meeting their needs.”

ESHA Research, the industry leader in nutrition analysis and regulatory compliant labeling solutions, will host a webinar next week entitled “Menu Labeling Draft Guidance Overview” that will provide an overview of the FDA’s Menu Labeling regulations and the supplemental Draft Guidance for Industry document that was released November 2017.

“The FDA will be enforcing the Menu Labeling regulations starting May 7, 2018,” said Craig Bennett, CEO of ESHA. “We want to do everything we can to make sure our clients are prepared for compliance and this webinar is another avenue for meeting their needs.”

About the Webinar
This 45-minute webinar will cover the FDA Menu Labeling regulations, labeling best practices, and demonstrate how the Food Menu Report in Genesis R&D can assist with compliance. Consulting Services Director Elizabeth Salvo and Megan Murphy, ESHA’s Labeling and Regulatory Specialist, will be hosting the webinar on January 17, 2018 at 11:00AM PDT/2PM EDT.

To register, visit the webinar registration page. The webinar will also be recorded and available for on-demand viewing on the ESHA website at a later date.

About the regulations
Restaurants, vending machines, or other food establishments (including delis and self-serve buffets in grocery stores), with more than 20 locations must declare calorie content on menus or menu boards and have readily available information for additional nutrients, according to the new rules.

About ESHA Research
ESHA’s family of nutritional software products, services, and databases are recognized as the industry’s top choice for recipe and supplement development, labeling, nutritional analysis, and regulatory compliance. ESHA's mission is to remove the complexity of product development and regulatory compliance for the food, beverage, and supplement industries through innovative software, expert services, and unparalleled nutritional databases.

In addition, ESHA Research offers software and regulatory compliance consulting and label-generation services.

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