Gain valuable contacts in the food contact sector – meet and network with professionals throughout the supply chain working with the food contact materials regulations, and share your experiences in the sector.
Current thinking – find out about the current and future state of the landscape for food contact regulations in the USA, Latin America, and Canada, in addition to the EU and China.
Time efficiency – bring yourself completely up-to-date with the complex and changeable landscape of food contact regulations throughout North and South America by attending this two-day focused event.
Dual perspectives of regulations – hear from regulators and consultants to explain the expectations of compliance with food contact regulations as well as industry representatives to share their practical experiences working with food contact regulations.
Focus – bring yourself up-to-date with the latest thinking across a wide range of jurisdictions.
Q&A panel sessions with food contact experts – have your specific questions answered by making use of the multiple Q&A sessions. Remember, you can always send in written question in advance of the event.
Look to the future of food contact regulations – there are high expectations for sustainability and recycling in the future of food contact regulations, whilst maintaining compliance and managing budgets for research and development. That's why we are finishing the conference with a panel session featuring insights from the experts looking to the future of packaging materials.
Who should attend?
- Packaging product designers;
- Product development technologists;
- Food scientists and technologists;
- Technical service managers;
- Food processing engineers;
- Purchasing and procurement personnel (for FCM);
- Brand owners;
- Chemicals companies;
- Material suppliers;
- Government regulators;
- Law firms;
- Those working in manufacturing, packaging, retail or catering of products based on polymeric materials (plastics, rubbers, resins, etc.); and,
- Any other businesses that are affected by food contact regulations.