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Comparative Analysis of Food for Special Medical Purposes for Infants Regulation in China, EU and US

  •   22 Oct 2015
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    Background

    The purpose of the webinar is to explain in detail China GB 25596-2010 General Standard for Infant Formula for Special Medical Purposes, give insights into the meaning and purpose of the regulation that becomes effective 1 October 2015. The webinar also aims to compare the similarities and differences to EU and US regulations including registration requirements and labeling on foods for medical purposes intended for infants.

    Contents

    • Current legal status and definition of FSMP
    • Applicable scope
    • Competent authority
    • Registration and/or notification details
    • Promotion, Labeling, and Advertising requirements
    • Issues and trends

    Speaker

    Jeanne HoskinJeanne Hoskin, PhD, has worked 34 years in the food and pharmaceutical industry (Wyeth to Pfizer to Nestle). She is currently an independent consultant and specializes in special dietary foods and foods for special medical purposes.

    Jeanne’s most recent role in Nestle Nutrition was dealing with regulatory affairs to help bring new nutritional products and technologies to the global market and support foundation and training of Nestle Nutrition regulatory colleagues.

    Jeanne is an expert on China food safety law and GBs, EU food law including EFSA and EC regulations as well as  US laws and health claims.

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