Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods Conference
Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods
21st & 22nd October 2009, Crowne Plaza Hotel – St James, London, UK
The awareness of nutrition’s role in a healthy lifestyle in addition to preventing diseases is constantly growing along with the number of new products, approaches, regulatory aspects and related concerns.
SMi’s 10th annual Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods conference is well established in the market place. It is well timed with the announcement of new regulations. Additionally it will focus on new product developments, the challenges and developments in health claims legislation and the key issues facing the industry. Take the opportunity to meet and network with distinguished international speakers and delegates.
With a breadth of topical issues being addressed, this conference is essential for people with a developed interest in nutraceuticals and functional foods. Simon Parker of the MHRA will discuss medicinal claims and the associated statutory procedures, whilst Peter McConville of GlaxoSmithKline will present on the evolution of sports drinks, drawing attention to performance enhancement issues and claim substantiation.
Hear from leading expert Aleksandra Wesolowska from European Advisory Services about the future of health claims legislation and upcoming FSA and FDA regulatory changes. Also covered in this presentation are strategies to mitigate the impacts of these changes, preventing unjustified claims and predicting future changes.
This is a must-attend event for anyone looking to further their understanding of key technologies and developments or network with leading members of this growing industry.
PLUS A HALF – DAY PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOP
Health Claims Legislation: The Bumpy Road Towards an Approved Health Claim
20th October 2009, Crowne Plaza Hotel – St James, London, UK
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