Compliance With Confidence
Food Labelling Training Course
Ashbury has spent over 10 years helping clients to navigate complicated regulations and ensuring that accurate product information appears on their labels. This amounts to over 150,000 product information approvals globally. Our Compliance With Confidence course teaches you the methods and practices we use to achieve this.
Using a risk-based framework, our leading-edge regulatory experts guide you on a journey covering everything from the essential elements of a label to health and marketing claims, in a simple and clear way. We equip you with the knowledge and practical skills needed to build food labels that not only meet legal requirements but commercial ones too.
You’ll finish this food labelling training course feeling ready to launch compliant products with confidence.
This comprehensive course provides practical education and examples on UK and EU product information including:
Basic Food Labelling Principles – Brexit – Food Naming – Ingredients Lists – Novel Foods – Allergen Labelling – QUID – Country of Origin – Fish & Meat – Durability – Commercial Essentials – Nutrition Labelling – Warnings – Organic Food – Free From – Marketing, Nutrition & Health Claims – Enforcement.
Content is regularly updated to ensure we reflect current food labelling news and decisions.
What Should You Expect?
Duration: This course is split into two 5 hour sessions delivered over two days.
Location: This can be delivered virtually or in-person/on-site
Cost: £395.00 excluding VAT per person – contact us for group booking pricing.
Delivery: This is an interactive and blended approach to learning with engaging, practical activities. We use case studies, live quizzes and mixed media (imagery, text and video) to take you through each module, ensuring there is plenty of time to ask questions.
The sessions also include breakout activities and a labelling workshop.
Who Should Attend This Course?
This food labelling course is aimed at Technologists, Developers and Regulatory Teams.
It will explain the legal requirements affecting food labels, and how to apply them in a practical situation so you can design and approve labels for your products.
Discover Our Three A's Of Food Labelling
Ashbury’s recipe for a successful label is based on three important features:
Advise – Explain the product to the consumer.
Alert – Provide information for the consumer to decide if they want to eat it.
Attract – Make the product desirable to consumers.
You’ll learn how to balance all three to produce a label that meets your commercial and legal requirements.
100% of attendees say the trainers are very knowledgeable or extremely knowledgeable
100% of attendees say that the course material is explained clearly
80% of course attendees say the course content is extremely helpful
Meet Our Trainers
Marjolein Regelink: Team Lead, Trainer and Senior Regulatory Advisor
I joined Ashbury in 2014 after obtaining a Masters in International and European Law. My focus is client account management, regulatory affairs, and the implementation of EU food law. I aim to provide clear, customised advice and training to help clients successfully understand product information regulations and support them as they grow and expand into new markets.
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Clair Stokes: Advisory Services Team Manager
I have over 20 years of regulatory experience across retail and manufacturing, as well as 7 years of experience as a product development technologist for the likes of Cadbury and Northern Foods. I’ve worked with Ashbury since 2012 as a specification and pack copy technologist, team leader and now a team manager. I welcome the opportunity to collaborate with businesses and share my knowledge to help improve their understanding of regulatory compliance and product labelling.
Meet Our Trainers
I am the Training and Quality Assurance Lead at Ashbury. I joined as a food technical advisor in 2016 and bring over 20 years of regulatory experience in the retail sector. I’ve worked with hundreds of suppliers to the worlds leading global retailers, supporting them to successfully launch products on shelves that meet regulatory and retail policy demands.